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Mason C. Clutter Appointed NACDL National Security Counsel(NACDL News)
By Ivan J. Dominguez
On October 24, 2011, attorney Mason C. Clutter of Washington, D.C., joined NACDL as National Security Counsel. She will guide NACDL’s efforts to confront the increasing curtailment of fundamental rights under the rubric of national security and will provide resources to both civilian and military lawyers as they encounter national security issues in criminal prosecutions. In addition, she will pursue initiatives designed to identify and oppose the misuse of national security and electronic surveillance laws.
“Mason Clutter brings exceptional experience and dedication to this increasingly important position,” said NACDL Executive Director Norman Reimer. “As an attorney who has developed and promoted policy positions related to the intersection between national security and the justice system, Mason is well-qualified to guide NACDL’s dual mission of support for the criminal defense bar and advocacy for reform. I am confident that she will significantly enhance NACDL’s capac
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