Monday, January 15, 2007

A Symposium

On March 23, CUNY School of Law will host a symposium on Guantánamo Bay. The organizers are calling for papers in international human rights law, criminal procedure, military law and other fields related to Guantánamo and U.S. detention policy. The New York City Law Review will dedicate a full issue to the symposium; both academics and practitioners are encouraged to make submissions.

An itinerary offers a preview of the interesting discussions planned for the conference. These include: the role of international law in Guantánamo litigation and the impact of Guantánamo on domestic policies. The meet-up will also celebrate the 40th anniversary of CCR.

- Adrian Bleifuss Prados

2 comments:

Laureen said...

Dear blogger,

This is the Internet Freedom desk at Reporters without borders in Paris. We have created a blog called "RSFblog.org" which included a news site called "The World seen through Blogs." The site's aim is simple: to publish the viewpoints of bloggers from different countries on the same event. Rsfblog will showcase content produced by Internet users of very different origins and cultures.We would like to use some articles you have posted in your blog, like "five years later.. but who's counting?" and translate them in French. Can you authorize us?

The article will be available in our blog tomorrow morning. there is the URL: http://www.rsfblog.org

Best regards,
Reporters without borders
internet2@rsf.org

The Law Office of H. Candace Gorman said...

Dear Reporters Without Borders,

We have sent you the authorization. Thanks for taking an interest in the blog