I am going to address two topics. The first is the one Judge Coffin asked me to address in October 2009, when I was invited to give the 2010 Coffin Lecture: how to combine the private practice of law with an active pro bono practice. The second topic is the one Dean Peter Pitegoff and I agreed to add: a brief discussion of legal developments in national security law since 9/11. My pro bono involvement in Guantanamo Habeas litigation began in 2004 and led directly to my interest in national security law and to my recognition of how difficult it often is to reconcile national security concerns with respect for individual rights.
Stephen H. Oleskey,
Reflections on Forty Years of Private Practice and Sustained Pro Bono Advocacy,
Me. L. Rev.
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