Hiroshi Motomura, JD is the Susan Westerberg Prager Distinguished Professor of Law at the UCLA School of Law and an influential scholar and teacher of immigration and citizenship.  He is the author of two general audience books: Americans in Waiting (Oxford 2006) and Immigration Outside the Law (Oxford 2014). Both won the PROSE Award from the Association of American Publishers as that year’s best book in Law and Legal Studies, and Americans in Waiting was chosen by the U.S. Department of State for its Suggested Reading List for Foreign Service Officers.  Hiroshi is also a co-author of two law school casebooks: Immigration and Citizenship: Process and Policy (8th ed. West 2016), and Forced Migration: Law and Policy (2d ed. West 2013), and he has written many widely cited articles on immigration and citizenship.  He is Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Immigration Law Center, and founding director of the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) in Denver, Colorado.  Hiroshi has received many teaching honors, including the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award in 2014 and the 2013 Chris Kando Iijima Teacher and Mentor Award from the Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty, and he was one of 26 law professors nationwide profiled in What the Best Law Teachers Do (Harvard 2013). Hiroshi is now at work on a new book, The New Migration Law, with the support of a 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship.