Thursday, November 13, 2008

Nothing to do this Friday?

For those with endless time on their hands this Friday, there is an interesting military justice event at the National Press Club in D.C. Session two tomorrow at the 7th annual Military Reporters & Editors conference will discuss "issues relating to media access to trials at Guantanamo Bay, Article 32 hearings, and courts-martial." See the conference agenda and registration here. A bit pricey for a one hour session, maybe you can haggle your way into the session for free?

The Reporters' Committee for Freedom of the Press, Military Dockets white paper, covered on CAAFlog here, is surely to be a topic du jour. OK, maybe they'll want to talk about Gitmo trial access too. Informed sources tell us that television star Bob Reed from DoD OGC, CAAFlog contributor Gene Fidell, and a luminary attorney from Williams & Connolly (and Navy Code 14) are scheduled to speak.

1 comment:

John O'Connor said...

You can't believe anything that Williams & Connolly guy says.