C. Clyde Ferguson Jr. Annual Lecture - 2013

Okianer Christian Dark and Howard University School of Law cordially invite you to attend the

Larence Clyde Ferguson Jr.
Annual Lecture

“Race, Torture and Detention: A View of the U.S. Death Penalty Through a Human Rights Lens” by Vincent Warren. Click here to view video.

Guest Lecturer

Vincent Warren
Executive Director, Center for Constitutional Rights 

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
4:00 p.m.

Moot Court Room

Cosponsored by the Human Rights & Globalization Law Review 

RSVP jyoung@law.howard.edu by October 8, 2013

Vincent Warren - Biography

Vincent Warren is the Executive Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), a national legal and educational organization dedicated to advancing and defending the rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Warren oversees CCR’s groundbreaking litigation and advocacy work that includes using international and domestic law to hold corporations and government officials accountable for human rights abuses; challenging racial, gender and LGBT injustice; and combating the illegal expansion of U.S. presidential power and policies such as illegal detention at Guantánamo Bay, rendition, and torture.

Prior to his tenure at CCR, Warren was a national senior staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), where he litigated civil rights cases, focusing on affirmative action, racial profiling and criminal justice reform. Prior to the ACLU, Warren monitored South Africa’s historic Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings and worked as a criminal defense attorney for the Legal Aid Society in Brooklyn. Warren is a graduate of Rutgers School of Law–Newark.