Deprecated The American Lawyer
How should Julian Assange be treated under the law for his repeated, voluminous WikiLeaks releases of sensitive information? Joel Cohen and Katherine A. Helm consider the issues
The Thomson-Reuters Foundation unveiled its new international pro bono project to a group of big firm lawyers and representatives from nongovernmental organizations in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.
...proposes a new way to try detainees in America's war on al-Qaida. A supporter of the use of military commissions until 2004, Sulmasy...
...Chinese government. It is undisputed that he is not a member of al Qaida or the Taliban, and that he has never participated in any...
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