April 15, 2007
Lewis & Clark Law School Hosts "Crimes, War Crimes, and the War on Terror"
Valerie Caproni, Chief Counsel of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is one of 15 legal experts from around the country to join the Lewis & Clark Law School Spring 2007 Law Review Symposium. The symposium, titled “Crimes, War Crimes, and the War on Terror,” takes place on Friday, April 20, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. at Lewis & Clark Law School.
Panel discussion topics include:
- “Domestic Law and National Security,”
- “The other criminal Process: War Crimes, Military Commissions, and Habeas Corpus,”
- “Perspectives from International Law,”
- “Surveillance and Transparency.”
Lewis & Clark Law School faculty panelists include
- Prof Bill Funk
- CrimProf John Kroger
- CrimProf John Parry
- Prof Juliet Stumpf
- CrimProf Susan Mandiberg.
All events will be held at Lewis & Clark Law School in Classroom. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Symposium fee includes materials, continental breakfast, and lunch. Cost varies based on private practice, governmental and academic affiliations. [Mark Godsey]
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