Shalini Bhargava Ray writes about administrative law and immigration law. She earned her B.A. from Stanford University and J.D. from Harvard Law School. She worked as a litigation associate at Morrison & Foerster LLP in San Francisco after law school and then clerked for the Honorable Anita B. Brody (E.D. Pa.) in Philadelphia. She then served for two years as a staff attorney at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and taught legal writing for several years. At UA Law, she has taught courses including Legislation & Regulation, Immigration Law, Legal Profession (legal ethics), and a seminar on citizenship. Her recent articles include The Law of Rescue, 108 CALIF. L. REV. 619 (2020), Abdication Through Enforcement, 96 IND. L. J. 1325 (2021), Immigration Law's Arbitrariness Problem, 121 COLUM. L. REV. 2049 (2021), and Harboring and the Freedom of Association, 101 N.C. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2023). Her popular writings have also appeared in SCOTUSblog, Lawfare, and Notice & Comment, the blog associated with the Yale Journal on Regulation.