The Trial of Salim Ahmed Hamdan: Constitutional Challenge to Executive Power and the First War Crimes Trial of a Guantanamo Detainee
Presented in Partnership with the Environmental and Land Use Law Section
Perkins Coie attorneys Harry Schneider and Joe McMillan will discuss issues of legal ethics presented through their representation of Salim Ahmed Hamdan, widely known as Osama bin Laden's personal driver. The presentation will include a behind-the-scenes account of the federal court litigation filed in Seattle that eventually led to the United States Supreme Court 2006 landmark Hamdan v. Rumsfeld decision on the limits of presidential power.
When: Thursday, December 5, 2013
2:30–3 p.m. Registration
3–5 p.m. CLE Program
5–6 p.m. Reception
Where: Women's University Club
1105 6th Ave.
CLE Credits: 2.0 ethics credits
*ELUL Section Members: $0 (discount will be reflected at checkout)
*Active Attorneys/Non-ELUL Section Members: $35
*Law Students: $35
Register to attend in person.