Rebecca Hamlin is the author of Let Me Be a Refugee: Administrative Justice and the Politics of Asylum in the United States, Canada, and Australia. It is a comparison of how three refugee status determination regimes adjudicate important immigration decisions. For more information, see: http://global.oup.com/academic/product/let-me-be-a-refugee-9780199373314?q=Hamlin%20&lang=en&cc=us
Hamlin has published a number of articles about comparative law and migration policy in journals such as Law & Social Inquiry and International Migration Review.
She is currently working on a new book project, tentatively entitled: Immigrants in Court: Non-Citizens' Rights and Judicial Power in Comparative Perspective. This project examines the effect of mass migration on the growing power of courts around the world.