symposium: terrorism & the legal impact on business; forthcoming scholarship

November 21, 2008

1. Center for Terrorism Law (St. Mary’s), Symposium: Terrorism, Crime & Business: Understanding the Fundamental Legal and Security Issues for American Business (Houston, TX, March 5-6, 2009)

Details posted here: http://www.stmarytx.edu/ctl/content/events/Business_Symposium.html

2. Forthcoming Scholarship

“The Rise and Spread of the Special Advocate”

Public Law, pp. 717-741, 2008

JOHN IP, University of Auckland – Faculty of Law
Email: j.ip@auckland.ac.nz

This article critically examines the special advocate procedure, a means devised to reconcile the use of secret evidence with principles of due process or natural justice. The special advocate is a lawyer who is appointed to represent the interests of a person during proceedings in which the state relies on sensitive material that cannot be disclosed to that person. Read the rest of this entry »

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gtmo detainee database; forthcoming scholarship

November 3, 2008

1. GTMO detainee database

The New York Times has posted a database identifying Guantanamo detainees and providing links to the summaries of their CSRT proceedings:

http://int-shared1.ec2.nytimes.com/guantanamo/detainees/page/38

2. Forthcoming scholarship

“Legislating Clear-Statement Regimes in National-Security Law”

George Mason Law & Economics Research Paper No. 08-56

JONATHAN F. MITCHELL, University of Chicago Law Paper Requests – Public Law and Legal Theory, George Mason University – School of Law
Email: jmitchell@law.uchicago.edu

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