Professor Scott L. Silliman will lead an informal lunch discussion on the future of detainee rights, including habeas corpus after Boumediene, the role of military commissions in a new administration, and the consequences of closing down Guantanamo Bay. Bagel lunch provided. Sponsored by the American Constitution Society. For more information, contact Ryan Stoa at email@example.com.
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