nationalsecuritylaw save the date for Duke’s annual national security law conference

* save the date for Duke’s annual national security law conference (April 14-15, 2011)

National Security since 9/11: New Norms for a New Decade? April 14-15, 2011

R. David Thomas Center, and the HCA and Geneen Auditoriums (Fuqua School of Business), Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

Sponsored by:The Center on Law, Ethics and National Security, and the Program in Public Law Duke University Law School

with the generous support of: Duke University’s Vice President and Vice Provost for Global Strategy and Programs; and the Sanford School of Public Policy

THURSDAY’S PANEL SESSIONS WILL BE HELD IN THE HCA AUDITORIUM, WHILE FRIDAY’S PANEL SESSIONS WILL BE HELD IN THE GENEEN AUDITORIUM, BOTH OF WHICH ARE IN THE FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. ALL MEALS WILL BE IN THE THOMAS CENTER ADJACENT TO FUQUA

Thursday, April 14th

8:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast (HCA Auditorium)

8:30 am Opening Comments

Scott L. Silliman

Professor of the Practice of Law and Executive Director,

Center on Law, Ethics and National Security

Duke University Law School

8:45 am Panel I: Indefinite Detention of Terrorists

Chair: Robert Chesney

Charles I. Francis Professor of Law

University of Texas School of Law

Speakers: Benjamin Wittes

Senior Fellow, Governance Studies

Brookings Institute

Trevor W. Morrison

Professor of Law

Columbia Law School

Michael Gottlieb

Deputy Commander

Combined Joint Interagency Task Force-435 Afghanistan

10:30 am Break

10:45 am Panel II: Information Security in a Transparent World

Chair: Suzanne Spaulding

Principal, Bingham Consulting Group

Of Counsel, Bingham McCutchen LLP

Speakers: Walter Pincus

Reporter

The Washington Post

John MacGaffin

Senior Advisor to the Director of National Counterintelligence

Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive

Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Joel Brenner

Of Counsel

Cooley LLP

12:30 pm Break

12:45 pm Luncheon (R. David Thomas Center)

Speaker: H. E. Imad Moustapha

Ambassador of Syria to the United States

2:15 pm Panel III: Protecting Civil Liberties in a Cyber Age

Chair: Charles J. Dunlap, Jr.

Visiting Professor of the Practice of Law and Associate Director,

Center on Law, Ethics and National Security

Duke University Law School

Speakers: Jeffrey F. Addicott

Distinguished Professor of Law and Director,

Center for Terrorism Law

St. Mary’s University School of Law

Ginger McCall

Staff Counsel and Assistant Director, Open Government Project

Electronic Privacy Information Center

Thursday, April 14th (cont’d)

Patrick Reynolds

Deputy General Counsel

National Security Agency

4:00 pm Break

6:30 pm Reception (R. David Thomas Center)

7:00 pm Dinner (R. David Thomas Center)

Speaker: Brian M. Jenkins

Senior Adviser

RAND Corporation

Friday, April 15th

8:00 am Continental Breakfast (Geneen Auditorium)

8:15 am Panel IV: Airport Security

Chair: Professor Scott L. Silliman

Speakers: Paul Rosenzweig

Principal, Red Branch Consulting

Jim Harper

Director of Information Policy Studies

Cato Institute

Ken Kasprisin

Area Director

DHS – TSA

10:00 am Break

10:15 am Panel V: Wisdom and Legality: Armed Drones Over Pakistan and Yemen

Chair: A. John Radsan

Professor of Law and Director,

National Security Forum

William Mitchell College of Law

Speakers: William C. Banks

Board of Advisors Distinguished Professor of Law

Syracuse University Law School

Hina Shamsi

Director, National Security Project

American Civil Liberties Union

Friday, April 15th (cont’d)

David Glazier

Professor of Law

Loyola Law School

12:00 pm Break

12:15 pm Luncheon (R. David Thomas Center)

Speaker: John A. Nagl, LCOL, USA (Ret.)

President

Center for a New American Security

2:15 pm Panel VI: Civil-Military Relations

Chair: Richard H. Kohn

Professor of History and Peace, War, and Defense

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Speakers: Diane H. Mazur

Professor of Law

University of Florida Levin College of Law

Colonel Matthew Moten, USA

Professor and Deputy Head,

Department of History

United States Military Academy

Peter D. Feaver

Alexander F. Hehmeyer Professor of Political Science and Public Policy

Duke University

and Director,

Triangle Institute for Security Studies (TISS).

3:30 pm Adjourn

2011 Spring Conference Program _as of 2-10-11_.pdf

Dear Colleague 2011 Letter – Final.pdf

2011_Regular Registration Form.pdf

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