Marjorie Cohn

Marjorie Cohn is professor emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law and former president of the National Lawyers Guild. She writes, speaks and does media about human rights and U.S. foreign policy. Her most recent book is “Drones and Targeted Killing: Legal, Moral, and Geopolitical Issues.” Visit her website at http://marjoriecohn.com/ and follow her on Twitter at @marjoriecohn.

Prisoners Strike Against Torture in California Prisons

Avoiding Impunity

The Responsibility to Protect

The Torture Con

Assassinating Bin Laden

Stop Bombing Libya

Assault on Collective Bargaining Illegal

Let’s Rally to Restore Peace

Israeli Raid on Gaza Flotilla

The Persecution of Pfc. Bardley Manning

Business as Usual in Iraq

California, Human Rights and the UN

McCain on Iraq

The Incarceration of Carlos Alberto Torres

Losing Afghanistan

Murdering Human Rights Workers

Kagan’s Disturbing Record

Kagan Will Move the Court Further to the Right

Keeping Same Sex Marriage in the Dark

Why the Af/Pak War is Illegal

The Case of Lynn Stewart

Legendary Lawyer Doris Brin Walker Dies; Represented Angela Davis, Smith Act Defendants

Agent Orange Continues to Poison Vietnam

The Gitmo Appeasment Plan

The Gitmo Appeasment Plan

Stanford Antiwar Alums Call for War Crimes Investigation of Condoleezza Rice

Torture Used to Try to Link Saddam with 9/11

Spain Leads the Way

Blueprints for a Police State

War Criminals Must be Prosecuted

A Call to End All Renditions

Cheney’s Unrepentent Confession

Obama and Women’s Rights

A Palin Theocracy?

Raiding Democracy in St. Paul

End the Occupations

Scalia Cites False Information in Habeas Dissent

Reviving Habeas Corpus

Hillary’s Assassination Politics

Under U.S. Law Torture is Always Illegal

Beware an Attack on Iran

Senate Democrats Poised to Fold to Cheney on FISA

Cheney Impeachment Gains Traction

The Torture Tape Cover-Up

The Torture Tape Cover-Up

Bush Still Spinning Iranian Nukes

Operation Iraqi Freedom Exposed

Remembering Victor Rabinowitz

Preventing the Impending War on Iran

Musharraf Plays Bush for a Fool