On Thursday, Guantanamo Bay detainee Mohammed al-Qahtani will argue that he is entitled to a medical examination to determine his eligibility for repatriation before the D.C. District Court.
Harry is a second year student at Harvard Law School, where he is an editor of the Harvard Law Review. He has interned with Akin Gump and with the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund and previously worked on expert economic testimony at the litigation consulting firm Cornerstone Research. He graduated from Yale College in 2014 with a BA in English and Economics.
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