Professor William C. Banks Interviewed by Newsweek About Sen. Mark Udall

Sen. Mark Udall Contemplates Revealing CIA Torture Report

As Colorado Senator Mark Udall’s time in Congress comes to a close, he has some things he’d like to get off his chest.

In his first interview since losing his seat in the midterm elections, the Democrat told The Denver Post on Thursday that in his final weeks in office he will “keep all options on the table” to expose the severe interrogation techniques currently tucked away in the Senate’s still-classified CIA torture report. …

Newsweek talked with William C. Banks, director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism at Syracuse University, where he also teaches law, about the legal ramifications if Udall makes this move.

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Professor Dolak’s research interests include issues at the intersections of patent law and judicial procedure, patent law and the media, and patent law and legal ethics. Her current research projects focus on media coverage of the U.S. patent system, the effects of the evolving inequitable conduct doctrine on the practice of patent law, and a reconsidered theory of subject matter conflicts. During… More»

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