As part of the Bradley Fellows Program in Criminal Law, Professor Joe Hoffmann will host an informal discussion with Mr. Richard Kammen, Esq. Rick Kammen may well be Indiana's most famous private criminal defense attorney. Mr. Kammen has been practicing criminal law in Indiana and around the nation since the early 1970's, and has handled numerous high-profile criminal cases -- including death penalty cases, non-capital homicide cases, white-collar crimes, and many other complex criminal cases. Mr. Kammen has recently been in the news because of the controversy over his withdrawal as lead defense attorney for Guantanamo detainee and accused terrorist Abd al Rahim al Nashiri -- who faces the death penalty in connection with the bombing of the U.S.S. Cole in 2000 -- due to an ethical conflict that originated with the discovery of secret U.S. Government listening devices in the locations at Guantanamo where the defense team met with their client. See http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/guantanamo/article178691836.html. All students are welcome to attend this special Bradley Fellows event, and a pizza lunch will be provided.