April 15, 2004
"Pinochet and Guantanamo Bay: The Role of Courts in Resolving Disputes with Foreign Policy Implications"
Speaker: Hon. Frank Sullivan, Jr., Indiana Supreme Court
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: Room 100, Wynne Courtroom
Contact: Shaun Ingram: 317-278-3400
Reception: 5:30 p.m., Conour Atrium Lecture: 6:00 p.m., Wynne Courtroom
Frank Sullivan, Jr. was appointed to the Indiana Supreme Court in 1992 by then-Governor Evan Bayh. Prior to his appointment, Justice Sullivan was Indiana State Budget Director (1989-92), practiced law in Indianapolis (1982-89) and worked on the staff of U.S. Representative John Brademas (1974-79). His LL.M. thesis, "A Separation of Powers Perspective on Pinochet" is being published by the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review and provides the basis for this lecture.
Presented by the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review.