Late last year  Fastcase announced a partnership with the American Immigration Lawyers Association to publish a new biannual publication. Today they delivered on that promise with the launch of the AILA Law Journal. Immigration is a “hot topic” and the first issue of the journal include seven articles written by leading experts. Topics include: the renunciation of U.S. citizenship, Central American asylum seekers, travel ban waivers and extraordinary ability adjudications.

“We are proud to bring this important and pertinent expert content to AILA members and the wider legal community as the result of a collaborative effort with our long-term friends and partners at AILA,” said Full Court Press Publisher Morgan Morrissette Wright. “The editors and contributors working on the journal have assembled a deeply interesting collection of insights about the rapidly changing legal issues facing immigration attorneys and their clients today.”

The AILA Law Journal is published by The Fastcase publishing arm Full Court Press and is available to all AILA members for free on AILA’s website. AILALink subscribers can also access the AILA Law Journal on the AILALink database. Outside of the complimentary digital subscription, AILA members can also access the AILA Law Journal by purchasing a print subscription for $49 a year, which includes up to three copies of each issue.

Non-AILA members, can purchase individual issues in print or digital download formats for $60 in the online Fastcase Bookstore. There is also a combined print and digital option available for non-members for $99 a year. This option includes up to three copies of each issue and unlimited access to the journal on Fastcase’s online legal research system. Organizations of over 10 users may purchase a one-year combination subscription for $299 which includes up to five copies of each issue of the print AILA Law Journal, plus unlimited access to all current and future issues on Fastcase’s online legal research system.