Cosponsored by the Legal Heritage Committee.
3.25 General CLE or Access to Justice credits
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Guantanamo Bay . . . a name familiar from the War on Terror. Oregon lawyers involved with Guantanamo detainees will share their experiences in detail, from confinement conditions to representing detainees. Learn about the legal processes available to detainees and the major court cases that affect them. Hear about the difficulties in conducting global investigations, legal remedies for released detainees, and the challenges released detainees face when seeking asylum. Wrapping up the afternoon is a panel discussion that will take a look at whether habeas corpus proceedings offer any chance of relief for detainees and if there could be a more meaningful legal process.
Electronic course materials are included with registration. Print materials are available for a nominal charge.
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