Law, Policy & American Intelligence (LAW-822-001)
James Zirkle, Dana Dyson
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Examines the legal controls on the conduct of foreign intelligence activities by the United States, beginning with a review of what intelligence is and how it is obtained. The seminar also considers the history of United States intelligence activities in war and peace. Selected competing policy interests are identified and discussed as well. Litigation concerns inherent in national security cases also are examined.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Dycus et al., National Security Law, 7th edition, Aspen Casebook Series and 2021 – 2022 Supplement
First Class Readings
Ch. 18 and CIA v. Sims, 471 U.S. 159 (1985).
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