Marquette Warrior: Two Views of the War on Terror

Friday, March 28, 2008

Two Views of the War on Terror

The Law School continues to host a balanced (and interesting) slate of speakers. Coming up next week: the War on Terror.

You are invited to attend Marquette University’s Annual McGee Lecture

“Less Safe, Less Free: Why America Is Losing the War on Terror”

by Georgetown Law Professor David Cole

Monday, April 7, 2008
5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Alumni Memorial Union, 3rd floor - Marquette Campus
No charge

Please reserve your spot by April 2.

This event is sponsored by the Marquette University Department of Social and Cultural Sciences, the Milwaukee Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy, and Marquette Law School.

Parking is available for $5 in Parking Structure 1 on 16th Street between Wisconsin Avenue and Wells Street.

Christine Wilczynski-Vogel
Assistant Dean for External Relations
(414) 288-3167
It might seem that Cole is just another leftist professor. And in fact, he really is just another leftist professor.

But then there is this:
Top military prosecutor at Guantanamo Bay visits Law School

Col. Lawrence Morris, Law ‘82, the chief prosecutor of the Guantanamo military commissions, will be the next guest for the “On the Issues with Mike Gousha” series at Marquette University Law School, Wednesday, April 2, at noon in Eisenberg Hall, third floor of Sensenbrenner Hall. Morris will discuss his role at Guantanamo and offer a perspective on the upcoming trials of six suspected al Qaeda conspirators.

Morris, who will be prosecuting the alleged planners of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, was commissioned into the United States Army as a military intelligence officer. He has also has served as chief of the Army’s Trial Defense Service and was the chief lawyer at West Point Military Academy.
Morris is a Marquette Law School grad.

Of course, the primary sponsor of the Cole speech is the hard-left Sociology Department (aka Social and Cultural Sciences), while the Law School itself is doing the Morris speech. But the net result is that people who want can hear both sides of the issue.

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