Law School Community Reacts to “Attack on America”
Legal Implications Forum Scheduled Wednesday
The immediate past vice president of the International Court of Justice at The Hague will be one of the featured speakers Wednesday (Sept. 26) at a panel discussion of the “Legal Implications of the Attack on America.” Christopher Weeramantry of Sri Lanka and eight other college legal experts will participate in the session from 12:40-2 p.m., in Holland Hall auditorium. It is organized by Associate Dean Christopher Slobogin, and open to the public. “Our speakers will briefly discuss legal implications of the events of September 11, from the perspective of their areas of expertise,” Slobogin said, “and also will discuss legality of the various responses the U.S. might make to the attack.” Participants include Associate Dean Michael Seigel and professors Alyson Flournoy, Michael Gordon, Berta Hernandez-Truyol, Diane Mazur, Winston Nagan, Juan Perea, Don Peters and Sharon Rush.