Annual ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security seminars on Teaching National Security Law bring together the research, legal, and educational communities to discuss the methods, tools, and processes of training future practitioners and leaders.
The Fourth Annual Seminar on Teaching National Security Law
Lawyers in the National Security Process
Sept. 28, 2013 | University of Virginia School of Law
Sponsored by the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security; the Center for National Security Law; University of Virginia School of Law; the NYU Center on Law and Security; the Center on Law, Ethics, and National Security (Duke University); the Center on National Security and the Law (Georgetown University); the George Washington Law National Security and US Foreign Relations Law Program; ISPL at Syracuse University; and the Center for Terrorism Law (St. Mary’s University).
The Second Annual Seminar on Teaching National Security Law
Sept. 17, 2011 | Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC
The American Bar Association (ABA) Standing Committee on Law and National Security and Georgetown University Law Center's Second Annual Seminar on Teaching National Security Law was developed to reach academics, practitioners, and instructors from law schools, educational legal centers, and military and intelligence legal training institutions and academies.
- ISPL Director William C. Banks joined Panel I: "What is National Security Law?"
- To read the seminar agenda, click here.
Seminar on Teaching National Security Law
Oct. 2, 2010 | Washington, DC
- ISPL Director William C. Banks provided opening remarks.
- For the seminar agenda and participants, click here.