Contributor(s)

Ben Snitkoff

Notes

Product of symposium, "To Gitmo or Bust: Practical Challenges in Representing Guantanamo Detainees", April 25, 2008.

Table of Contents :

Foreword Guantanamo and the Lawyer as Hero: 500 and Counting, Michael Ratner

Note

Writing Off the Great Writ: Preserving Habeas Corpus in Boumediene v. Bush Against Strong National Security Pressures, J. Erik Heath

Articles

Clericalism and the Guantanamo Litigation, Sabin Willett

A Law Professor's Reflections on Representing Guantanamo Detainees, Randall T. Coyne

Lost and Found: The Experience of a Lawyer from "Old Europe" Defending in a Law-Free Zone, Bernhard Docke

Guantanamo Bay: Redefining Cruel and Unusual, Stewart Eisenberg

Habeas Revisited: An Associate's View of Guantanamo Bay, Nicole Moen

The Uighurs at Guantanamo: "Sometimes We Just Didn't Get the Right Folks", Jason S. Pinney

Challenging the Practice of Transfer to Torture in U.S. Courts: A Model Brief for Practitioners, Colleen Costello

Keywords

Guantanamo

Subject Categories

Legal assistance to prisoners - Guantánamo Bay Naval Base (Cuba)

Publisher

Northeastern University

Publication Date

2009

Rights Holder

Copyright Northeastern University

Permanent URL

http://hdl.handle.net/2047/d10018980

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