Continuing our series of five-minute podcasts on oral argument days, we have two new podcasts below with the counsel from both sides of today's first case, Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project (08-1498; 09-89).  At issue in the case is whether a federal statute prohibiting the knowing provision of "any service, training, [or] expert advice or assistance" to a designated foreign terrorist organization is unconstitutionally vague.

For the petitioners, one of their amici:

Professor Peter Margulies of the Roger Williams University School of Law, representing “Scholars, Attorneys, and Former Public Officials with Experience in Terrorism-Related Issues”

For the respondents, their counsel:

Professor David Cole of Georgetown Law Center

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