Homeland Security and Civil Liberties Conference at Penn Law School

Jeanne Leong | jleong@pobox.upenn.edu | 215-573-8151
Friday, May 28, 2004

Homeland Security and Civil Liberties Conference at University of Pennsylvania Law School

WHO:

Eyal Benvenisti, Tel Aviv University

Marion Spike Bowman, FBI

David Cole, Georgetown University Law Center

Frank Dunham, federal public defender, attorney for suspected

terrorists Yaser Hamdi and Zacarias Moussaoui

Marwan Kreidie, director, Philadelphia Arab American

Development Corporation

Seth Kreimer, Penn Law

Kenneth Lassus, Fort Sam Houston

Tom McShane, U.S. Army War College

Marc Rotenberg, Electronic Privacy Information Network

David Rudovsky, Penn Law

Frederick Schauer, JFK School of Government, Harvard University

Kim Lane Scheppele, Penn Law

Daniel Sutherland, Office of Civil Liberties, Department of

Homeland Security

Peter Swire, Ohio State University

Jan Ting, Temple University Law School

Ruth Wedgwood, Yale University Law School

John Yoo, Boalt Hall School of Law

WHAT:

United States Army War College, Penn Law School and Penn's Institute for Strategic Threat Analysis and Response will host the  "Homeland Security and Civil Liberties Conference"

WHEN:

June 18, 2004

WHERE:

University of Pennsylvania Law School

3400 Chestnut St.

Philadelphia  

Conference Schedule:

9:30-10:30Panel I Understanding the Threats to Security and to Civil Liberties

Daniel Sutherland, Office of Civil Liberties, Department of

Homeland Security

David Rudovsky, Penn Law

Eyal Benvenisti, Tel Aviv University  

10:45-noon Panel II  Innovations in Immigration Policy and Criminal Procedure

Jan Ting, Temple Law School

David Cole, Georgetown Law Center

Frank Dunham, Federal public defender, attorney for Yaser

Hamdi and Zacarias Moussaoui

Marwan Kreidie, director, Philadelphia Arab American

Development Corporation  

Noon-1  Lunch  

1:15-2:30  Panel III Privacy and the War on Terror

Marion Spike Bowman, FBI

Marc Rotenberg, Electronic Privacy Information Network

Peter Swire, Ohio State  

2:45-4  Panel IV Implications for First Amendment Rights

Kenneth Lassus, Fort Sam Houston

Frederick Schauer, JFK School of Government

Seth Kreimer, Penn Law  

4:15-5:30Panel V Reconfiguring Presidential and Judicial Power

Tom McShane, U.S. Army War College

Ruth Wedgwood, Yale Law School

John Yoo, Boalt Hall School of Law

Kim Lane Scheppele, Penn Law