The security threats facing the United States in the post-9/11 era has drastically shifted in recent years. The rise in domestic acts of terrorism, largely committed by lone-wolf actors and right-wing extremists, has surged and poses new challenges to preventing events like the El Paso and Dayton mass shootings. This symposium seeks to assess today's threats and explore ways to bridge the gap between government, business, and nonprofit organizations to help better equip the nation in combating domestic terrorism.
Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law
Special Events & CLE
Washington College of Law
Tenley Campus - Warren NT01 Ceremonial Classroom
4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW