Date: February 10, 2019
Whether involving separation of powers, drone strikes, Guantanamo, FISA warrants, or the International Criminal Court, national security law is an extremely complex and evolving area of law.
This full-day seminar introduces this topic from various perspectives, including the U.S. and legal architecture surrounding principles of self-defense, the laws of armed conflict, law enforcement approaches, intelligence collection, detention issues, war crimes tribunals, and cybersecurity. As the inaugural program of the Center for National Security and Human Rights Law, this seminar sets the stage for future programming in this increasingly relevant field, including lectures, classes, and scholarship.
Chicago-Kent College of Law
565 West Adams Street
Chicago, IL 60661