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Law Plcy & Amerintell Actv Sem (LAW-822-001)
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This seminar will examine three broad areas of national security law with discussions of some of the significant policy choices that they present. Those areas are: (1) foreign intelligence surveillance, (2) espionage, (3) prosecuting accused terrorists in court, and (4) U.S. and international law applicable to covert action and special operations with emphasis on targeted killing.
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REQUIRED: National Security Law by Dycus (Hardcover) - ISBN #9780735594753 - Edition: 5th; National Security Law & Counterterrorism Law Supplement by Dycus (Paperback) - ISBN #9781454841005 - Edition: 2014-15
First Class Readings
For the first class, please read: Applbaum, “Professional Detachment: The Executioner of Paris,” 109 Harv. L. Rev. 458 (1995).
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