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Dror Ladin is a Staff Attorney at the ACLU National Security Project, and was previously a Skadden Fellow at the ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project. Prior to joining the Immigrants' Rights Project, Dror clerked for the Honorable Kim McLane Wardlaw of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and worked as a fellow at the ACLU National Security Project and as an associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Vassar College, and received his J.D. from Yale Law School.

Why is the Government Trying to Kill This Iran Defamation Suit?

Why is the Government Trying to Kill This Iran Defamation Suit?

By Dror Ladin, ACLU National Security Project at 12:28pm
Q: Why is the government trying to shut down a Greek billionaire's defamation suit against an influential anti-Iran advocacy group?
If the Government Gets Its Way, the Future Pablo Nerudas of the World Could Be Barred From the US

If the Government Gets Its Way, the Future Pablo Nerudas of the World Could Be Barred From the US

By Dror Ladin, ACLU National Security Project at 2:04pm

In a case currently pending before the Supreme Court, the government is arguing that courts should not be able to decide if the executive branch followed the law in denying a visa to a non-citizen seeking to enter the United States — even if the…

Federal court calls FBI to account for the unlawful imprisonment of U.S. citizen Abdullah al-Kidd

Federal court calls FBI to account for the unlawful imprisonment of U.S. citizen Abdullah al-Kidd

By Dror Ladin, ACLU National Security Project & Kate Desormeau, ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project at 10:42am

Abdullah al-Kidd is a Kansas-born American citizen, a father, and a graduate of the University of Idaho where he was a star football player.  And in 2003, he became the victim of the FBI’s misuse of a little-known federal law to imprison…

Pretending WikiLeaks Doesn’t Exist: Government Secrecy Reaches Absurdity

By Dror Ladin, ACLU National Security Project at 11:39am

Yesterday, the ACLU filed a lawsuit after the State Department failed to respond to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking the declassification of 23 State Department cables disclosed by WikiLeaks and widely disseminated online and…

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