* forthcoming scholarship
The latest issue of the Journal of National Security Law and Policy is out, and as usual it has lots of great stuff in it. I’ve previously posted the lead article from David Kris, but below you’ll see all the rest as well.
The Journal of National Security Law & Policy (JNSLP) is pleased to announce the publication of its latest issue, Vol. 5:1, with articles by:
David S. Kris, Assistant Attorney General for National Security at the U.S. Department of Justice from March 2009 to March 2011. Law Enforcement as a Counterterrorism Tool.
Geoffrey R. Stone, Edward H. Levi Distinguished Professor, University of Chicago Law School. WikiLeaks, the Proposed SHIELD Act, and the First Amendment.
Mary-Rose Papandrea, Associate Professor, Boston College Law School. The Publication of National Security Information in the Digital Age.
Douglas Cox, Associate Law Library Professor, City University of New York School of Law. Burn After Viewing: The CIA’s Destruction of the Abu Zubaydah Tapes and the Law of Federal Records.
Craig Forcese, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, Canada. Spies Without Borders: International Law and Intelligence Collection.
Howard M. Wasserman, Associate Professor of Law, Florida International University College of Law. Constitutional Pathology, the War on Terror, and United States v. Klein.
Louis Fisher, Scholar in Residence, The Constitution Project. United States v. Klein: Judging Its Clarity and Application.
Stephen I. Vladeck, Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law. Why Klein (Still) Matters: Congressional Deception and the War on Terrorism.
Jeffrey Kahn, Assistant Professor of Law, Southern Methodist University. The Case of Colonel Abel.
Eugene R. Fidell, Senior Research Scholar in Law and Florence Rogatz Lecturer in Law, Yale Law School. The Next Judge.
To read articles and subscribe to the print version, visit jnslp.com.