Jack Goldsmith

Jack Goldsmith, an assistant attorney general during the Bush administration, teaches at Harvard Law School and is a member of the Hoover Institution's Task Force on National Security and Law.

Jurisprudence
March 21 2012 4:29 PMHow Obama Learned To Love Military CommissionsAt least one good thing came out of the war on terror: We now know that military commissions are the right solution to a tough problem.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 1 2009 10:38 AMThe KSM Trial Will Be Fair EnoughAnd military detention is legit, too.
The Breakfast Table
June 25 2008 10:34 AMObjects in the Rearview Mirror May Appear Larger Than They Are
The Breakfast Table
June 24 2008 11:07 AMBoumediene: A Huge Deal or a Gentle Nudge?
Jurisprudence
Feb. 13 2008 6:38 PMOut of CommissionWhy the government may lose the Guantanamo trials, even if it wins.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 7 2007 12:01 AMGiving Away the President's Power
The Book Club
March 29 2006 4:09 PMIs Power on the Internet a Zero-Sum Game?
Jurisprudence
March 21 2011 6:48 PMWar PowerThe president's campaign against Libya is constitutional.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 8 2008 11:48 AMNuts and DeadboltsA blueprint for the closure of Guantanamo Bay.
The Breakfast Table
June 24 2008 6:36 PMThe Proper Error Rate Is Never Zero
Fixing It
April 2 2008 7:12 AMThe Laws in WartimeBoost trust, Close Guantanamo, and establish a national-security court.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 10 2007 7:13 AMThe Wiretap Flap
Jurisprudence
March 14 2007 6:46 PMPolitics as UsualWhy the Justice Department will never be apolitical.