Brent N. Rushforth

BRENT N. RUSHFORTH, one of the founders of Dialogue, is a principal in the Washington, DC office of McKool Smith. He has extensive litigation experience in antitrust and unfair competition, intellectual property and trade regulation, and has represented such clients as VISA, MCI, Cox Communications, Black & Decker, Marriott Corporation and the American Booksellers Association. While serving as Deputy General Counsel of the Department of Defense, he was actively involved in the SALT Treaty negotiations. For the past twelve years, he has represented Muslim detainees wrongfully imprisoned at Guantanamo, six of whom have been released.

Gerontocracy and the Future of Mormonism

Articles/Essays – Volume 49, No. 3

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Watergate: A Personal Experience

Articles/Essays – Volume 9, No. 2

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A Failure of Moral Imagination: Guantanamo, Torture, the Constitution, and Mormons–An Interview with Brent N. Rushforth

Articles/Essays – Volume 42, No. 4

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