The Legal Legacy of Sale v. Haitian Centers Council
Wednesday, November 06, 2013 12:10 PM EST
-- 01:10 PM EST
Jerome Greene Hall Room 104
"The Haitian Case and Social Justice Advocacy"
Professor Michael Wishnie, Deputy Dean for Experiential Education,
William O. Douglas Clinical Professor of Law and Director, Jerome N. Frank
Legal Services Organization, Yale Law School
Michael Ratner, President Emeritus, Center for
- Harold Hongju Koh & Michael J. Wishnie, The Story of Sale v. Haitian Centers Council: Guantanamo and Refoulement, Human Rights Advocacy Stories (2009) (Hurwitz, Satterthwaite & Ford, eds.) 426-432
Ratner, How We Closed the Guantanamo HIV Camp: The
Intersection of Politics and Litigation, 11 Harv. Hum. Rts. J. 187 (1998)
- Brandt Goldstein "Mission to Guantanamo" Yale Alumni Magazine 2005
The Human Rights Institute invites you to the final talk in our series on the 20 year anniversary of the Sale v. Haitian Centers Council Case. Sale was one of the seminal American human rights cases of the 1990s. It changed U.S. foreign policy, spawned satellite litigation, became the subject of numerous books and articles, and inspired a generation of human rights scholars and activists. Today, two decades after the Haitian case, it is worth examining some of the many aspects of its legal legacy.