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- Robert K. Goldman Professor of law, Washington College of Law at American University
- Gary Solis Professor of law, Georgetown University Law School and retired Lieutenant Colonel with the U.S. Marines
- Tom Malinowski Washington advocacy director for Human Rights Watch
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