Torture, Law, and War: Law and Policy

This panel was recorded on March 1, 2008, as apart of the conference "Torture, Law, and War." How do U.S. and international law regulate torture and coercive interrogation? Are changes needed in these laws? How well do U.S. practices and policies implement its laws? Chair: Lee Fennell, Law, The University of Chicago Panelists: Lisa Hajjar, Law and Society Program, University of California Santa Barbara; Richard Leo, Law, University of San Francisco; Kim Lane Scheppele, Program in Law and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University