Prof Quigley Speaks at Ohio Northern University Regarding the 'War on Terror'
Visiting Professor Fran Quigley spoke at Ohio Northern University on the evening of January 21st on the topic of “International Law and Ethics in America’s ‘War on Terror’: Torture, Renditions, and the Predator Program.” Professor Quigley’s talk was sponsored by Ohio Northern’s Phi Beta Delta chapter and the university’s Committee on Arts and Special Events.
Fran Quigley is a visiting professor of law, teaching Civil Procedure and helping build the law school’s new relationship with Moi University School of Law in Eldoret, Kenya. Fran is also associate director of the Indiana-Kenya Partnership/AMPATH, and a staff attorney at Indiana Legal Services. He is a co-founder of the Legal Aid Centre of Eldoret (LACE), a human rights law clinic devoted to representing HIV-positive individuals in western Kenya.
He is the author of several academic journal articles on social justice and human rights and writes a bi-weekly column for The Indianapolis Star. He has also served as the executive director of ACLU of Indiana and as a public defender and civil rights attorney.