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Meeting of Government Whistleblowers
Whistleblowers for an Honest, Efficient, and Accountable Government ^
| July 18, 2005
| Zena D. Crenshaw
Posted on 07/18/2005 2:57:09 PM PDT by indianaprinceswarrior
On September 23, 2005 at The Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. and Whistleblowers for an Honest, Efficient, and Accountable Government will jointly host their first annual, Fall summit with keynote speaker, attorney Jesselyn Radack. An organizations and authors' expo to be featured. TOPIC: The nonpartisan nature of government waste, fraud, and abuse. For details, visit www.njcdlp.org/Fall_Event.html
KEYWORDS: legalreform; whistleblower; whistleblowers
Upon graduating from Yale Law School, Jesselyn Radack joined the Department of Justice through the Attorney Generals Honor Program. She worked there from 1995 to 2002, for four years as a litigator and for three years as a legal advisor. She was forced out of the Professional Responsibility Advisor Office for advice she gave in the Justice Departments first post-September 11th terrorism prosecution. When she inadvertently learned about a court discovery order for her e-mail in that case, and discovered the relevant e-mail "missing" from the file, she resurrected it from the computer archives, confronted her boss, and resigned. She has since been teaching, writing and speaking on legal ethics, national security and counterterroism in light of her referenced experience in the case of "American Taliban" John Walker Lindh. Jesselyn works with the ABA Task Force on Treatment of Enemy Combatants and was recently elected to the D. C. Bar Legal Ethics Committee.
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