Law School | Mattone Family Atrium | 4th Fl.
Center for International and Comparative Law presents:
Counter-Terrorism Prosecutions: A Roundtable
St. John’s Center for International and Comparative Law invites
you to a roundtable discussion on recent issues in
counter-terrorism cases. This is a great opportunity to ask
questions and participate in a lively conversation with leading
practitioners in this important and dynamic field.
Light refreshments will be served.
Christopher J. Borgen, Professor of Law; Co-Director, St. John’s
Center for International and Comparative Law
Hon. Joseph F. Bianco, United States District Judge,
Eastern District of New York. Before his appointment to
the bench, Judge Bianco served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General
in the U.S. Department of Justice, where he supervised the
Andrew G. Patel, Esq., Law Office of Andrew G.
Patel. Mr. Patel is defense counsel for many high-profile
terrorist defendants, including alleged "dirty bomb" suspect Jose
Brendan R. McGuire, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Southern
District of New York. As a member of the office’s
Terrorism and International Narcotics Unit, Mr. McGuire prosecuted
the ”Times Square bomber” case against Faisal Shahzad. He now
serves as Chief of the Public Corruption Unit in the office’s
Andrew Lipton ’13, Fellow, St. John’s Center for International and
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
School of Law | Mattone Family Atrium | 4th Floor