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    Trying Enemy Combatants in Civilian Courts

    A panel discussion is held on the prosecution of domestic and international terrorists in the United States Courts. Among the topics they addressed were the precedents established by the…

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    The Rules of War

    A panel discussed the role of the Geneva Convention in the capture, detention, and prosecution of armed combatants in the War on Terror. Topics included the Supreme Court decision in Hamdan v.…

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    Perspective on Hamdan v. Rumsfeld from Guantanamo

    The panel talked about the current status of detainee treatment after the Supreme Court ruling on Hamdan v. Rumsfeld. Topics included the role of tribunals and habeas corpus, media access to detainees,…

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    Detaining Enemy Combatants

    Panelists talked about the treatment of enemy combatants by U.S. military forces. Among the topics they addressed were information available to the public about individual detainees, proxy…

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    Solicitors General and the Rehnquist Court

    Justice Ginsburg talked about the Rehnquist Court and her personal experiences with the Chief Justice. She introduced a panel of former solicitors general who talk about the Rehnquist Court…

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    The Media and the Rehnquist Court

    As part of a two-day symposium on the legacy of the Rehnquist Court, journalists spoke about the Rehnquist Court and the media. Among the topics discussed were the anonymity of the U.S. Supreme…