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Prof. Irina Manta Interviewed on Phoenix NPR Radio’s ‘The Show’ About Civil Denaturalization

Irina D. Manta, Professor of Law

Irina D. Manta, associate dean for research and faculty development, professor of law, and founding director of the Center for Intellectual Property Law, and Cassandra Burke Robertson, professor of law and director of the Center for Professional Ethics at Case Western Reserve University, were interviewed on Jan. 9 on KJZZ, the NPR station in Phoenix.

The co-authors of the article article “(Un)Civil Denaturalization” (New York University Law Review, Forthcoming) discussed civil denaturalization with host Steve Goldstein on KJZZ’s The Show during a segment headlined “Concerns Mount Over Revoking American Citizenship For Immigrants Under Operation Janus.”

Listen to the interview on the KJZZ website.

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