So, who was Osama Bin Ladens driver that Neal Katyal represented in Supreme Court, and did Neal do a good job on getting him a fair trial? What happened to him? Where is he now?
His career as a superstar Supreme Court advocate started with Osama bin Laden’s driver. Hamdan v. Rumsfeld was the first case that Katyal ever argued before the Supreme Court, in 2006. To prepare, he mooted the case 17 times, almost always at Georgetown Law’s Supreme Court Institute. Along the way, he enlisted the help of approximately 70 Georgetown Law students: 10 students per semester, for 70 semesters. And he won his case — successfully challenging the George W. Bush-era military commissions set up to try detainees in Guantanamo Bay.
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