At 29, Rachel Meeropol is already at the forefront of national civil rights litigation.

She is a member of the litigating team in Doe v. Bush, a case seeking legal representation for the unnamed detainees in Guant�namo Bay, Cuba. She was a researcher on the recent Supreme Court cases Rasul v. Bush, another Guant�namo case, and Wilkinson v. Austin, which challenged due process at supermaximum-security prisons.

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