Guantanamo Bay attorneys

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The Center for Constitutional Rights has coordinated efforts by American lawyers to handle the habeas corpus, and other legal appeals, of several hundred of the Guantanamo detainees.

Only American lawyers have been allowed to visit detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba. They have to go through security screening first. And they must agree that they can't speak from the notes they took during their meetings with their clients until they have been cleared for release.[1]

Complaints from the detainees' attorneys[edit]

  • Many of the lawyers have repeated claims that their clients have been abused, and are receiving inhumane treatment.
  • Lawyers have reported that it was hard to establish trust with their clients, because:
    • Guantanamo guards had warned them that the lawyers were either Jews or homosexuals.[2]
    • Guantanamo interrogators had previously used the interrogation technique "false flag", and represented themselves as their lawyers, in attempts to get the captives to divulge information they had withheld during their interrogations.[2]
  • Lawyers reported that the DoD had interfered with their ability to meet with their clients, telling them that they weren't spelling their names correctly.[3]
  • Lawyers reported that the DoD interfered with their ability to meet with their clients by both refusing to provide a government translator, and raising bogus national security concerns about the translators they proposed.
  • The body that reviewed their notes, before they were able to consult them, was arbitrarily classifying their notes, so they couldn't consult them. Omar Khadr's lawyer Muneer Ahmad found, on his first visit to the secure centre which is the only place where the lawyers can review their notes, that almost the entire twenty pages of notes he took when he first met Khadr had been classified above his level of security clearance.

However, an Army investigation found these charges unfounded.[4] US Department of Defense spokesmen state “It is our policy to in no way interfere with legal counsel.”[2]

The Department of Defense maintains that "they see evidence of the al Qaeda-directed misinformation campaign in allegations of detainee abuse and mishandling of the Koran at Guantanamo Bay."[5]

Guantanamo detainees' defense attorneys[edit]

Lawyer Detainee Notes
Douglas Abbott
Muneer Ahmad Omar Khadr
  • Reported all references in his notes to Khadr's claims of abuse at Guantanamo were redacted.[8]
Elizabeth Ainslie Abd Al Nasir Mohammed Abd Al Qadir Khantumani and Muhammed Khan Tumani
Omar Akbar David Hicks
Jim R. Alsup
  • attorney with O'Riordan Bethel LLP[7]
Emmanuel Altit Mohamedou Ould Slahi
  • attorney with Avocat à la Cour, Paris, France[7]
Trisha B. Anderson 17 Yemeni detainees in Guantanamo
David H. Anderson Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.
John Anderson 5 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
Sapna K. Anderson
Gabriel Arana
  • attorney with Richards Spears Kibbe & Orbe LLP[7]
Jennifer C. Argabright
Bridget Arimond
Nadia Asancheyev 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Baher Azmy Murat Kurnaz
Amy Baggio
David Baluarte
Scott S. Barker
Allison Barlotta
Jane Barrett
Barry C. Bartel
James W. Beane Jr.

[7][16]

Stacey Danielle Becker Mourad Benchellali
Doug Behr
  • attorney with Keller and Heckman LLP[7]
Jonathan Bender
Eric Berger David Hicks
Mark Berman
David Berz
Michael Bhargava Sabri Mohammed Ebrahim Al Qurashi
Ronald Blum
Jeff Boerger
Emmet Bondurant
Louis Bonilla
Matthew Boos
Cheryl Bormann Walid bin Attash

[22]

Kevin Boris
  • attorney with Ruprecht, Hart & Weeks Esqs.[7]
L. Barrett ("Barry") Boss
David J. Bradford
Lt.Col. Yvonne Bradley Binyam Mohamed
  • military lawyer[24]
William Brennan
  • attorney with Brennan, Trainor, Billman & Bennett, LLP[7]
Laura Brill
J. Patrick Briscoe
  • attorney with Garvey Schubert Barer[7]
Patricia A. Bronte
Christopher D. Brown
Karma Brown
Carol Elder Bruce 3 Egyptians
Lauren Brunswick "Algerian Six"
Edmund Burke
  • attorney with Burke, McPheeters, Bordner, & Estes[7][29]
Antony S. Burt Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.
Lauren M. Butcher Sabri Mohammed Ebrahim Al Qurashi
Howard Cabot Noor Uthman Muhammed
Kelly A. Cameron
Charles H. Carpenter

Hani Saleh Rashid Abdullah, Rami Bin Said Al Taibi, and Mahrar Rafat Al Quwari

Calvin C. Carr

[7]

Doug Cassell
Anne J. Castle
Don Catalano
Anna Cayton-Holland
Jonathan G. Cedarbaum assisted in Boumediene v. Bush
  • formerly a partner at WilmerHale
  • later became deputy, and then assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel under the Obama administration[42][43]
Christopher J. Cestaro
John A. Chandler Mohammed Al-Adahi and 4 other Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
Cristi Charpentier
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Eastern PA[7]
Erwin Chemerinsky Salem Abdul Salem Ghereby
Pamela Chepiga 11 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
Jennifer Ching
Judith Brown Chomsky

[7]

Louise Christian
  • attorney with Christian Khan[7]
George M. Clarke III Hassan Anvar
Rachel Giesber Clingman Salem Muhood Adem
James Cohen
Jerry Cohen
  • partner with Burns & Levinson LLP[7] (formerly partner with Perkins Smith & Cohen)[52]
Joshua Colangelo-Bryan Bahraini captives in Guantanamo, including Juma Al Dossary and Abdulla Majid Al Naimi[53]
  • Al Dossary made a suicide attempt during on of his visits, when Colangelo-Bryan stepped out of the room to let him take a washroom break.
  • attorney with Dorsey & Whitney[7][17]
  • participant in Wilner v. NSA
Jeffrey D. Colman
Eric Columbus attorney of record in portions of Boumediene v. Bush
  • later became senior counsel for the deputy attorney general under the Obama administration[42]
Col. Jeffrey Colwell, USMC
James G. Connell, III Ammar al-Baluchi
  • Formerly a founding partner with the firm of Connell, Sheldon and Flood.
  • Pentagon-appointed lawyer[55]
John Connolly
  • attorney with Murphy & Shaffer[7]
Jon Connolly
Lynne Cooper
  • attorney with Foliart, Huff, Ottaway & Bottom[7]
Ben Cooper
Jennifer R. Cowan Ibrahim Othman Ibrahim Idris[56]
Douglas Cox Emad Abdullah Hassan and 10 other Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
Randy Coyne
William Crow
  • attorney with Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt[7]
Torey B. Cummings
Douglas Curtis
David Cynamon Kuwaiti captives in Guantanamo
Richard L. Cys Abdul Haleem
George Daly Mani Shaman Turki al-Habardi Al-Utaybi

[3][7]

Matt Darby
Jeffrey J. Davis Mani Shaman Turki al-Habardi Al-Utaybi
  • Al Utaybi was one of the three captives the camp authorities reported committed suicide on June 10, 2006.[3][59][60][61]
    • The DoD initially asserted that none of the three dead men had habeas corpus lawyers.
    • Davis replied that the DoD had been refusing to forward mail to Al Utaybi, claiming they didn't have any captives by that name.
    • The camp authorities had assigned Al Utaybi a series of new names,
  • attorney with Moore & Van Allen[7]
Joseph Davis
Joshua W. Denbeaux
  • attorney with Denbeaux & Denbeaux[7][16]
Mark Denbeaux Rafiq Bin Bashir Bin Jalud Al Hami and Lufti Bin Ali.[62]
Michael B. DeSanctis David Hicks
Matthew Devine
David G. Dickman
J. Wells Dixon 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Bernhard Docke Murat Kurnaz
  • German attorney with Dr. Heinrich Hannover und Partner[7]
W. Matthew Dodge
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Northern GA[7]
Ronan Doherty
Jim Dorsey Ahcene Zemiri
Joshua L. Dratel
Michael Drumke Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.
Theresa Duncan Mohamedou Ould Slahi
  • attorney with Freedman Boyd Hollander Goldberg & Ives PA[7]
Robert Dunham
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Eastern PA[7]
Thomas Anthony Durkin Abdul Raham Houari
Christopher Dysard
  • attorney with Richards Spears Kibbe & Orbe LLP[7]
Roger A. Eddleman

[7]

Dennis Edney Abdullah Khadr and Omar Khadr
  • Canadian attorney with Edney Hattersley & Dolphin[7]
Shana Edwards
Patrick J. Ehlers Nazar Gul
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Oregon[7][18][67]
Jon Eisenberg Jihad Ahmed Mujstafa Diyab

[68]

Stewart "Buz" Eisenberg 1 Saudi detainee
  • attorney with Weinberg & Garber PC[7][69]
Joel Elfman
Connie Ericson
Jeffrey L. Ertel
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Northern GA[7]
Daniel M. Esrick "Algerian Six"
Craig E. Estes David Hicks
Marc D. Falkoff 17 Yemeni detainees
George Farah
  • attorney with Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC[7]
Warren Feldman
Scott L. Fenstermaker
  • Fenstermaker and David Remes are in a rare dispute as to who should serve on behalf of their clients.[73][74][75]
Thomas Fleener Ali Hamza Ahmed Sulayman al Bahlul
Mark C. Fleming "Algerian Six"
Murray Fogler Salem Muhood Adem
  • attorney with McDade Fogler LLP[7][50]
Paul T. Fortino
Dulce Foster
Tina Monshipour Foster
David Frakt Mohammed Jawad
Brian Fraser
  • attorney with Richards Spears Kibbe & Orbe LLP[7]
Eric M. Freedman
Leon Friedman
Agnieszka M. Fryszman
Avi S. Garbow
  • attorney with Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC[7][85]
Bob Gensburg
  • attorney with Gensburg, Atwell and Broderick[7]
  • Reports that working for a Guantanamo client has led to his firm's phone, mail and email being intercepted.[86]
Elizabeth P. Gilson

[7]

Nina Ginsberg
Jeffrey S. Gleason
Neha Singh Gohil
Sandra Goldberg
Jenna M. Goldenberg "Algerian Six"
Marc A. Goldman David Hicks
Jared Goldstein
George Gordon
H. Candace Gorman Abdel Hamid Ibn Abdussalem Ibn Mifta Al Ghazzawi
  • Reported that Al Ghazzawi had two Combatant Status Review Tribunals.[89][90]
    • The first cleared him of being an "enemy combatant".
    • The second, she was told reversed the first Tribunal, based on additional classified material.
    • When Gorman won the right to view the classified material she reports that the second Tribunal was held, in Washington, without her client, or his "Personal Representative", and did not contain any additional material at all.
R. David Gratz
Eldon V.C. Greenberg
  • attorney with Garvey Schubert Barer[7]
John Gregorek
Ayo K. Griffin
Richard A. Grigg
David Grossman
Harold Gurewitz
  • attorney with Gurewitz & Raben PLC[7]
Gitanjali S. Gutierrez
Dinh Ha
Kara Haberbush
Jonathan Hafetz Jaralla Saleh Mohammed Kahla Al Marri

[92]

Suhana S. Han
Matthew K. Handley
  • attorney with Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC[7][85]
Osman A. Handoo
Shane Hartman
Sarah Havens 11 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
Marcellene Hearn
  • attorney with Richards Spears Kibbe & Orbe LLP[7]
Christopher J. Herrling
David Hickerson
Anthony W. Hill
  • attorney with Law Offices Of Durkin & Roberts[16]
Nicole Hillman
Jeremy L. Hirsh
Ellen A. Hochberg
Clark Hodgson Jr.
  • attorney with Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young[7]
Melissa Hoffer "Algerian Six"
John Robert Holland
Nancy Hollander Mohamedou Ould Slahi
Candace Hom
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of New Jersey[7]
Miranda Hooker "Algerian Six"
Stephen Hopper Mamdouh Habib
James Hosking
Erica Hovani
Christopher J. Huber
Gaillard T. Hunt Saifullah Paracha

[7]

Daniel Hunter
Kristine A. Huskey Omar Khadr
Varda Hussain
Rubin Iñiquez
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Oregon[18]
Gary Isaac
Shawn Isern
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Eastern PA[7]
Lt. Col. Jon S. Jackson Mustafa Ahmed Al-Hawsawi, Omar Khadr, Majid Khan
  • United States Army Reserve[100]
Ketanji Brown Jackson
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Columbia[7]
Beth D. Jacob Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.
Andrew A. Jacobson David Hicks
Hope Jarkowski
Tom R. Johnson Jr.
Kimberly Jones
  • attorney with Killmer Lane & Newman LLP[16]
Paula M. Jones
Tori Jueds
Shayana D. Kadidal
Heather Lamberg Kafele 12 Kuwaiti captives in Guantanamo
Kathleen Kaib
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Eastern PA[7]
Matthew B. Kaplan
  • attorney with Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC[7][85]
Christopher G. Karagheuzoff
Jason Karasik
Michelle Kass
Ramzi Kassem
Neal Katyal Salim Ahmed Hamdan
Zachary Katznelson Sami al-Haj
Samuel C. Kauffman
  • attorney with Garvey Schubert Barer[7][18]
Matthew Keller 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Patti Kemp
  • attorney with Birnberg Pierce & Partners[7]
Paul F. Kemp
Elizabeth L. Kendall David Hicks
Stephen Kenny David Hicks
  • initially said Hicks was well treated at Guantanamo[108]
Hamid Khan
Mahvish Rukhsana Khan 1 Afghan detainee
  • attorney and translator
Darold W. Killmer
  • attorney with Killmer Lane & Newman LLP[16]
Steven Killpack Abdul Hafiz
  • Utah public defender[111]
Terence L. Kindlon
  • attorney with Kindlon & Shanks, P.C.[7]
Rob Kirsch "Algerian Six"
Jan K. Kitchel
  • attorney with Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt[7][18]
Donald A. Klein Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.
Jason M. Knott 17 Yemeni detainees
Rob Knowles
Neil H. Koslowe
Kenneth A. Kreuscher
Cmdr Suzanne Lachelier Ramzi bin al-Shibh
  • appointed for the defense by the U.S. Navy[118]
Seth D. Lamden Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.
Brett Lampiasi

[7]

Jeffrey I. Lang
Darren LaVerne 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Denise LeBoeuf
Paul Leder
  • attorney with Richards Spears Kibbe & Orbe LLP[7]
Amanda Lee
Karen Lee
Matthew Lee
Walter Lesnevich
  • attorney with Lesnevich & Marzano-Lesnevich[7]
Bryan Lessley
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Oregon[18]
Jason M. Leviton
  • attorney with Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC[7][85]
Eric Lewis
  • attorney with Baach Robinson & Lewis PLLC.[7][113]
Lietz C. Lietz III
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Northern GA[7]
Gregory M. Lipper 17 Yemeni detainees
Nicole ("Nikki") Livolsi
Laurelle Lo
John LoCurto
Elaina Loizou
John Lundquist
Lawrence S. Lustberg
Matthew Lyons
J. Triplett Mackintosh
Emi MacLean
  • attorney with Center for Constitutional Rights
  • coordinates representation for detainees[122]
Matthew J. MacLean Kuwaiti captives in Guantanamo
Edward B. MacMahon, Jr.
Daniel Malone
Howard Manchel
  • attorney with Manchel, Wiggins & Kaye[7]
Danny Mann
Susan Baker Manning 12 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Joseph Margulies Mamdouh Habib
Louis Marjon Abdul Mosleh Qayed vs Bush,05-CV-0454 Murtadha Magram vs Bush,05-CV-0584 |

[7]

Larry Martin
Colonel Peter Masciola
Julia Tarver Mason Majeed Abdullah Al Joudi, Abdul Rahman Shalabi

[127]

Andrew Matheson
Desmond McCallum
  • attorney with Lavin, O'Neil, Ricci, Cedrone & DiSipio[7]
David McColgin
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Eastern PA[7]
Bridget McCormack
  • University of Michigan Clinical Law Program[7]
Neil McGaraghan
Nancy McGrath
Scott McKay
David McLeod David Hicks
Amy J. McMaster
Joseph M. McMillan
Emily Meazell
  • attorney with Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore[7]
Brian Mendelsohn
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Northern GA[7]
Captain John Merriam Omar Khadr
  • Khadr is the first client he had ever been called upon to defend.
George Brent Mickum IV Bisher Amin Khalil al-Rawi and Jamil al-Banna and Shaker Aamer[128]
Tatia Miller
Pam Minett
John R. Minock
  • attorney with Cramer & Minock, PLC[7]
Mitchell Y. Mirviss
John B. Missing
Shams Mitha
Nicole Moen
Michael E. Mone Jr.
  • attorney with Esdaile Barrett & Esdaile[7]
Christopher Moore
Mariah E. Moran
  • attorney with Law Offices Of Durkin & Roberts[16]
Christopher L. Morgan "Algerian Six"
Major Michael Mori USMC David Hicks
Daniel Moylan
  • attorney with Murphy & Shaffer[7]
Joseph J. Mueller "Algerian Six"
Douglas R. Mulkoff
  • attorney with Kessler, Mullkoff and Hooberman[7]
William E. Murane
Richard G. Murphy, Jr. Mohammad Bawazir and four other Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
William Murphy
  • attorney with Murphy & Shaffer[7]
Arnold L. Natali, Jr.
Maya D. Nath
Brian J. Neff Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.
David Nevin
William C. Newman
  • attorney with Lesser, Newman, Souweine, & Nasser[7]
Shawn Nolan
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Eastern PA[7]
Billy Nolas
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Eastern PA[7]
Jon W. Norris

[16]

W. Scott O'Connell
Pierce O'Donald
  • attorney with O'Donnell Shaeffer Mortimer[7]
Steve Valerio O'Donnell
  • attorney with Shaeffer Mortimer[7]
Matthew J. O'Hara Umar Abdulayev[135]
Stephen Oleskey "Algerian Six"
Barbara Olshansky
Joseph O'Neil
  • attorney with Lavin, O'Neil, Ricci, Cedrone & DiSipio[7]
Rita Osbourne
Larry Ottaway
  • attorney with Foliart, Huff, Ottaway & Bottom[7]
Robert Parks
  • attorney with Haggard, Parks, Haggard and Lewis P.A.[7]
Gareth Peirce Tipton Three
Moazzam Begg
Richard Belmar[138]
  • attorney with Birnberg Pierce & Partners[7]
Rufus Pennington
  • attorney with Margol Pennington[7]
David Peters
Charles H.R. Peters Muhammad Jayid Hadi Al-Subai'i, et al.
Mary Manning Petras
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Columbia[7]
Jason Pinney
Christian J. Pistilli
Eve R. Pogoriler
Elizabeth Popolis
Erin Porter
  • attorney with Richards Spears Kibbe & Orbe LLP[7]
Allyson J. Portney "Algerian Six"
Cristina Posa
Michael Poulshock
  • attorney with Law Office of Judith Brown Chomsky[7]
Wesley Powell
Andrea J. Prasow Salim Ahmed Hamdan Served on Hamdan's defense team during his Military Commission.[142]
Brittany Prelogar
Prescott Prince Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
Carlos Provencio
Tom Pulham
Lara G. Quint
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Columbia[7]
Robert D. Rachlin Djamel Saiid Ali Ameziane
Ghassan Abdullah al Sharbi
Jana Ramsey
Michael Rapkin
  • attorney with Rapkin, Gitlin & Beaumont[7]
Paul Rashkind Inayatullah[143]
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Southern FL[7]
Anant Raut 1 Saudi
Martha Rayner
  • Fordham University School of Law[7][145]
Frank Razzano
Paul Stuart Reichler Ibrahim al Qosi[146]
David H. Remes 17 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
Saifullah Paracha[124]
Susan Roberts
Jeff Robinson
Michael W. Robinson
Philip Rohlik
John Rothermich
Maureen Rowley
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Eastern PA[7]
Sylvia Royce Mohamedou Ould Slahi

[7]

Louis Ruprecht
  • attorney with Ruprecht, Hart & Weeks Esqs.[7]
Diana Rutowski Zachariah al Baidany
Peter Ryan Nasrat Khan
William Ryan, Jr.
  • attorney with Whiteford, Taylor & Preston[7]
Lowell E. Sachnoff Walid Ibrahim Mustafa Abu Hijazi and several other detainees
Stephen T. Sady
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Oregon[18]
Seema Saifee Abdulghappar Turkistani
Megan Sassaman
Boyd Savage
Andrew Schaefer
Christopher J. Schatz
Debra Schneider
Harry Schneider Salim Ahmed Hamdan
Paul Schoeman 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Carol Schroeder
James Schroeder
Alison Sclater 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Randolph Stuart Sergent
Amanda Shafer
Lieutenant Sharon Shaffer .
Pratik Shah "Algerian Six"
Benjamin Sharp
Edward M. Shaw

[7]

Jessica Sherman
Joseph Shifer 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Laura Shiltz
Harry Silberman
  • attorney with O'Donnell Shaeffer Mortimer[7]
Cary Silverman
Gia Simon
Valerie Simons
Helen Skinner
Morton Sklar
  • attorney with World Organization for Human Rights USA[7]
David Sleigh
  • attorney with Sleigh & Williams[7]
Marjorie M. Smith
Michael Smith
Greg Smith
Tom Snider
Rebecca S. Snyder Omar Khadr
  • As part of her efforts on Khadr's behalf Snyder appeared before the Human Rights subcommittee of the Parliament of Canada.[152]
Dick Soble
  • attorney with Soble Rowe Krichbaum LLP[7]
Marina Sokolinsky
Douglas A. Sondgeroth
Neal R. Sonnett
Brian Sorensen
Lynne Campbell Soutter "Algerian Six"
Clive Stafford Smith 35 detainees[2]
Greg Smith 5 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
Gary D. Sowards
Brent T. Starks 17 Yemeni detainees
Adrian Lee Steel, Jr.
Michael J. Sternhell 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Jeffrey Strauss
Colonel Dwight H. Sullivan USMCR .
  • Chief Defense Counsel.
Mark S. Sullivan
Patricia A. Sullivan
Scott Sullivan
Thomas P. Sullivan
Philip Sundel Ali Hamza Ahmed Sulayman al Bahlul
Timothy S. Susanin
Alan Sussman

[7]

Lieutenant Commander Charles Swift United States Navy Salim Hamdan
Julia Symon
Jarvis Tait
Elizabeth Vranicar Tanis 5 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
Asmah Tareen
Julia L. Tarver ten Saudis

Helped ten Saudis.[142]

Joel Taylor 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
William Teesdale Adel Hamad
Nazar Gul
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Oregon[7]
  • Says his investigation, in Afghanistan, cleared his client.[158]
Sherman Teichman
Doris Tennant Aziz Abdul Naji [159]
Lt Col Sterling R. Thomas Ammar al-Baluchi
Wade A. Thomson
Eric Tirschwell 7 Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Michael Trahar
Patrick Train-Gutiérrez
Harry Trainor
  • attorney with Brennan, Trainor, Billman & Bennett, LLP[7]
Adrienne Tranel
Charles M. Travis

[7]

Robert Trenchard
Mike Trinh Adham Mohammed Ali Awad
Stephen M. Truitt 1 Yemeni and 1 Palestinian
Suzanne Turner
Andrew W. Vail David Hicks
Colby Vokey USMC Omar Khadr
John Van Sickle
Hillary Victor
Danielle Voorhees
Lori Wagner
Sylvia Walbolt
Ian Wallach Alla Ali Bin Ali Ahmed

[7]

James (Bud) Walsh Abdul Haleem
David Walters
Carlos Warner represents several detainees[160]
Steve Wax Adel Hamad
Nazar Gul
  • attorney with the Federal Defender Office District of Oregon[7]
  • works with six other Oregon public defenders[16][18][67][158]
Hadassa Waxman
Seth P. Waxman represented detainees in Boumediene v. Bush before Supreme Court[161]
Robert C. Weaver
  • attorney with Garvey Schubert Barer[7][18]
Colleen Weinman
Jamie Weitzel
Jason C. Welch
Carolyn Welshhans
Bill Wertheimer, Jr.

[7]

Terry West

[7]

Cody M. Weston
Nathan Whitling
  • attorney with Parlee Mclaws LLP[7]
Kristin B. Wilhlem 5 Yemeni captives in Guantanamo
Sabin Willett Uyghur captives in Guantanamo
Thomas Wilner 12 Kuwaiti captives in Guantanamo
Rick Wilson
  • American University College of Law[7]
Mark Wilson
Elizabeth A. Wilson
Lt. Col. Barry Wingard Faiz Mohammed Ahmed Al Kandari
Elton Y. Wong
Gordon Woodward Abd Al Nasir Mohammed Abd Al Qadir Khantumani and Muhammed Khan Tumani
Shawn Wright
Jeffrey C. Wu
Jessica Yager
Stephen Yagman Salem Abdul Salem Ghereby
  • wrote the play "Guantanamo Act IV"[47]

Firms and institutions represented[edit]

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