Natl Sec Law in the Age of Terrorism (LAW-635B-001)
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The course will focus on a broad range of issues concerning national security law in the age of terrorism, including the war powers of Congress and the President; combatting terrorism under the international law of armed conflict; targeted killing of suspected terrorists; detention, interrogation, and (mis)treatment of detainees in the war against Al Qaeda and the Taliban; criminal prosecution of terrorists in civilian courts and military commissions; and electronic surveillance programs.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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NATIONAL SECURITY LAW: Dycus et al. 5th Ed. 2011 -Required
NATIONAL SECURITY LAW: Dycus et al. 2014-2015 Supplement -2014- Required
First Class Readings
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