Jonathan Hafetz

Guest Author

Jonathan Hafetz (@JonathanHafetz) is a Professor of Law at Seton Hall University School of Law.  He is the author of Habeas Corpus after 9/11: Confronting America’s New Global Detention System (NYU Press 2011), and co-editor of The Guantanamo Lawyers: Inside a Prison Outside the Law (NYU Press 2009).
 He was previously a senior attorney at the ACLU and a litigation director at NYU’s Brennan Center for Justice.

Articles by this author:

The Biden Administration’s Moment of Truth on Torture Evidence

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Dec 1st, 2021

What the U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan Could Mean for Guantanamo Detainees and the Due Process Clause

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Sep 1st, 2021

Biden Team’s Litigation Tactics on Guantanamo Undercut Biden Policy to Close the Prison

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Apr 21st, 2021

Upcoming Cases Provide Opportunities to Reassess the Application of the Due Process Clause at Guantanamo

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Mar 3rd, 2021

Through the Looking Glass, Darkly: The Supreme Court’s Muslim Travel Ban Decision

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Jan 28th, 2021

Why Courts Appear Willing to Reject Trump’s Travel Ban Order

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Feb 6th, 2017

The Troubling Application of the Political Question Doctrine to Congressional Force Authorizations

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Jan 6th, 2017

The DC Circuit’s Latest Ruling in Al-Nashiri: Why the Military Commissions Cannot Escape the Taint of CIA Torture

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Sep 9th, 2016

Secret Law, Targeting, and the Problem of Standards: A Response to Dakota Rudesill

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Jul 26th, 2016

A Small, If Uncertain, Step Towards Accountability: De Sousa and the Abu Omar Abduction

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May 5th, 2016

The Latest European Court of Human Rights Ruling on Accountability for Torture

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Mar 9th, 2016

Torture and Transparency in the Military Commissions

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Feb 24th, 2016

The Government’s Surprising (and Flawed) New Attack on Habeas Corpus in Immigration Cases

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Dec 8th, 2015

Al Bahlul and the Risks of Legitimating Departures from Article III Jurisdiction

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Nov 25th, 2015

The Obama Administration’s Misguided Opposition to Tariq Ba Odah’s Request for Judicial Relief

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Oct 13th, 2015

Delay and Detention at Obama’s Guantánamo: The Missing PRBs

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Jun 19th, 2015

Lessons From the North: Omar Khadr’s Release on Bail in Canada

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May 14th, 2015

Al-Marri’s End and the Failed Experiment of Domestic Military Detention

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Jan 16th, 2015

Due Process and Detention at Guantanamo: Closing the Constitutional Loopholes

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Nov 4th, 2014

Abu Khattalah and the Evolution of Ship-Based Detention

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Jun 28th, 2014

Serdar Mohammed: A View onto U.S. Detentions

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May 15th, 2014

Crime, Sentencing and the War on Terror: Further Thoughts on the Al Darbi Plea

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Mar 12th, 2014

Bulk Data Collection and the Mosaic Theory: A More Balanced Approach to Information

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Jan 17th, 2014

The Potential Pitfalls of Refusing to Reopen the Article III Door for Guantanamo Detainees

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Dec 11th, 2013