Not only is Neal Katyal young for a professor at a top-tier law school but he is also involved in a few of the significant cases of the decade.

Katyal is the lead attorney for Salim Hamdan — Osama bin Laden’s alleged driver who is being held at Guant�namo Bay, Cuba — and Lt. Cmdr. Charles Swift in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, currently pending before the U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Columbia. He has put in nearly 2,000 pro bono hours working on the case and thousands of dollars of his own money.

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