You Don't Have To Be a Law Student To Repudiate Torture

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30412612_359667747858483_6786608288336183296_n-thumb-500x647-2261.jpg"Is political dissent unprofessional?" asks the Berkeley Law Committee Against Torture. "This [Wednesday April 11] panel will reflect upon the ethical obligations of doctors, psychologists, and lawyers who find themselves serving states that engage in torture.

"Panelists will weigh the relative merits of working to curb abuses from within government and publicly speaking out against odious practices. The panel will also consider the civic duties of professionals in the private sector."

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