GAP's Radack in Russia w Edward Snowden
Friday, October 11, 2013
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
From left, Coleen Rowley, Thomas Drake, Jesselyn Radack, Edward Snowden, Sarah Harrison and Ray McGovern.
The Government Accountability Project's National Security and Human Rights Director, Jesselyn Radack, has made international news through as part of a delegation that presented the Sam Adams Award to exiled NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in Moscow. Radack, herself a whistleblower, was accompanied by several other high-visibility whistleblowers, including former NSA Senior Analyst Thomas Drake, who, among others, appeared at UDC David A. Clarke School of Law this spring. See UDC Whistleblower Tour Stop Video.
The UDC David A. Clarke School of Law's Whistleblower Protection Clinic has long been hosted by the Government Accountability Project (GAP), a DC-based non-profit law firm and advocacy organization whose Legal Director, Tom Devine, '80 and Litigation Director, Richard Condit, '86 are Antioch Law grads. Over the years, numerous School of Law alumni have worked professionally at GAP after their graduation from law school including former GAP Executive Director, Mark Cohen, '85, now Assistant U.S. Special Counsel.
Click here for an interview of Tom Devine on Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden: Video
See October 11, 2013 Washington Post Article
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