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 and follow her on Twitter at @marjoriecohn.

Michael Mukasey and the Constitution

Pursue Diplomacy, Not War, with Iran

Erwin Chemerinsky and the Post-9/11 Attack on Academic Freedom

A Look at Bush’s Iran War Plans

Turning Iraq into Vietnam

A Blank Check for Domestic Spying

Independent Counsel Time

Showdown Over Executive Privilege

Iraqis will be the Deciders

Out of Control

Compassion, Conspiracy and Commuation

FBI Spying on the National Lawyers Guild

Repression in Oaxaca

The Prison is the War Crime

The Unitary King George

Fighting Terror Selectively

Gonzo Justice

U.S. Attorneys and Voting Rights

Coming Up Short on Habeas Corpus for Gitmo Detainees

Patriot Act Unbound

Patriot Act Unbound

Conscientious Objector Faces Court-Martial

Why the Boumediene Case Was Wrongly Decided

From Iraq to Iran

Watada Beats the Government

Bush Targets Iran

Stimson’s Outrageous Threat

What’s Going On?

The War Crimes Case Against Rumsfeld

The Banana Election

Rounding Up U.S. Citizens

Why Bush Really Came Clean About the CIA’s Secret Torture Prisons

Bush’s Enemy Du Jour

Willful Blindness

Israel Creates Humanitarian Crisis

Bush Loses Guantanamo Case

Playing Politics with Timetables

Playing Politics with Timetables

Friendly Fire Ambush

The Kidnapping of Aristide Violated US and International Law

War on Terror or War on Liberties?

A Victory for Free Speech

Wrong Treatment in the Wrong Place

How to Try Saddam

Is Saddam’s Arrest a Pyhrric Victory?

Bush Gunning for Regime Change in Cuba

How the Occupation of Iraq Imperils International Law

Sergio Vieira de Mello

Why Iraq and Afghanistan? It’s About the Oil

Wolfowitz Told White House to Hype Uranium Claims