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This Symposium, organized by the DePaul Law Review, consisted of a series of panels on the constitutionality of detentions and torture, the challenges of representing detainee clients by private attorneys, the way ahead after Guantanamo Bay that must be forged by the Obama administration, ethical issues facing those attorneys involved in the process, and an examination of how these changes will impact the military and the Soldiers with their “boots on the ground.”

Guantanamo Bay and Beyond - Vide‪o‬ DePaul University

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This Symposium, organized by the DePaul Law Review, consisted of a series of panels on the constitutionality of detentions and torture, the challenges of representing detainee clients by private attorneys, the way ahead after Guantanamo Bay that must be forged by the Obama administration, ethical issues facing those attorneys involved in the process, and an examination of how these changes will impact the military and the Soldiers with their “boots on the ground.”

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    01 Welcome Remarks

    01 Welcome Remarks

    DePaul Law Review Symposium

    • 5 min
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    02 Introductory Remarks

    02 Introductory Remarks

    DePaul Law Review Symposium

    • 30 min
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    03 Panel 1: The Constitutionality of Detention (PART1)

    03 Panel 1: The Constitutionality of Detention (PART1)

    DePaul Law Review Symposium

    • 24 min
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    04 Panel 1: The Constitutionality of Detention (PART2)

    04 Panel 1: The Constitutionality of Detention (PART2)

    DePaul Law Review Symposium

    • 35 min
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    05 Panel 2: Torture - How Did We Get This Far (PART1)

    05 Panel 2: Torture - How Did We Get This Far (PART1)

    DePaul Law Review Symposium

    • 36 min
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    06 Panel 2: Torture - How Did We Get This Far (PART2)

    06 Panel 2: Torture - How Did We Get This Far (PART2)

    DePaul Law Review Symposium

    • 41 min

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