Article: Prosecutors and Bureaucrats in Robes: Asylum Adjudication in France and the United States
The author: Mariana Olaizola, Yale Law School ’19

This article has been written by the recipient of the 2018 John N. Hazard Fund Award, which was created to promote the study of comparative law in memory of our past President and eminent Russian law scholar, Professor Hazard. Ms. Olaizola Rosenblat, a student at Yale Law School, offers a comparative analysis of U.S. and French laws and custom in the area of asylum adjudication and discusses alleged advantages of certain features of the French model that might guide the integrity and development of U.S. asylum policy.