Table of contents for The imperial presidency and the consequences of 9/11 : lawyers react to the global war on terrorism / edited by James R. Silkenat and Mark R. Shulman.

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Front Materials
About the Editors
About the Contributors
Mark R. Shulman
Chapter 1
Inter Arma Silent Leges: In Times of Armed Conflict, Should the Laws be Silent?
A Report on the President's Military Order of November 13, 2001, Regarding "Detention, Treatment, and Trial of Certain Non-Citizens in the War Against Terrorism"
Miles P. Fischer and Stephen J. Shapiro
Chapter 2
The Legality and Constitutionality of the President's Authority to Initiate an Invasion of Iraq
Mark R. Shulman
Chapter 3
Letter to President Bush Concerning the United Nations Charter Obligations Regarding Iraq 
E. Leo Milonas
Chapter 4
Letter from the Association President to President George W. Bush re Human Rights and Security of Women and Girls in Afghanistan
E. Leo Milonas
Chapter 5
Letter to Honorable William J. Haynes II re Comments on Military Commission Instruction - Crimes and Elements for Trials by Military Commissions
Miles P. Fischer
Chapter 6
Letter to U.S. Department of Defense Inspector General Joseph E. Schmitz re Enemy Prisoners of War and Other Detainees 
Miles P. Fischer
Chapter 7
Amicus Brief: Jose Padilla v. Donald Rumsfeld
Benito Romano
Chapter 8
A Comment on Legislation to Amend the Agriculture and Markets Law, in Relation to Unlawful Tampering with Animal Activities 
Mariann Sullivan 
Chapter 9
The Indefinite Detention of "Enemy Combatants": Balancing Due Process and National Security in the Context of the War on Terror
Thomas H. Moreland
Chapter 10
Recommendations Related to the Trial of Saddam Hussein 
Mark R. Shulman 
Chapter 11
Human Rights Standards Applicable to the United States' Interrogation of Detainees
Martin S. Flaherty
Chapter 12
Dangerous Doctrine: The Attorney General's Unfounded Claim of Unlimited Authority to Arrest and Deport Aliens In Secret 
Claudia Slovinsky
Chapter 13
Letter from the Association President to U.S. Congressman Edward Markey re: HR 4674: The Proposed Legislation Seeking the End of U.S. Involvement in Extraordinary Rendition
Bettina B. Plevan
Chapter 14
NYC Bar Association Issues Statement Opposing House 9/11 Bill 
Claudia Slovinsky
Chapter 15
Position Paper by the Committee on Labor and Employment Law re: The right of employees not represented by a labor organization to have a co-worker present during interviews that may lead to the discipline of an employee in light of real or threatened terrorist attacks. 
Daniel Silverman 
Chapter 16
Torture by Proxy: International and Domestic Law Applicable to "Extraordinary Renditions" 
Margaret L. Satterthwaite
Chapter 17
Letter from the Association President to the Honorable Alberto Gonzales re 9/11 Issues 
Alan R. Rothstein
Chapter 18
Statement of the Association with Respect to Release or Transfer of 
Detainees at Guantanamo Bay Naval Station 
Alan R. Rothstein
Chapter 19
Letter from the Association President to Representative Edward Markey re HR 952: The Proposed Bill Seeking to End U.S. Involvement in Extraordinary Rendition 
Alan R. Rothstein
Chapter 20
Letter from the Association President to Honorable Arlen Specter and Honorable Patrick Leahy re: Nomination of William J. Haynes II to a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit 
Alan R. Rothstein 
Chapter 21
Letter from the Association President to Honorable Pat Roberts and Honorable John D. Rockefeller IV re: Hearings on Patriot Act Reauthorization and Revision 
Alan R. Rothstein
Chapter 22
Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: The City Bar's Amicus Brief
James J. Benjamin, Jr. 
Chapter 23
The Prevention and Prosecution of Terrorist Acts: A Survey of Multilateral Instruments
Nicole Deller 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

War and emergency powers -- United States.
Terrorists -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States.
Prisoners of war -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States.
Detention of persons -- Cuba -- Guantãaanamo Bay Naval Base.
Trials (Genocide) -- Iraq.
War on Terrorism, 2001-.
Executive power -- United States.