nationalsecuritylaw audio from “Moving Targets: Issues at the Intersection of National Security and American Criminal Law” (Georgetown, Apr. 12, 2011)

* audio from "Moving Targets: Issues at the Intersection of National Security and American Criminal Law" (Georgetown, Apr. 12, 2011)

A webcast of the event is available here.

"Moving Targets: Issues at the Intersection of National Security and American Criminal Law.

On April 12, 2011, The Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law and The American Criminal Law Review co-hosted an event entitled "Moving Targets: Issues at the Intersection of National Security and American Criminal Law.

The first panel was entitled "Where One Ends and the Other Begins: Finding the Boundaries of Criminal Law and National Security on the issue of Military Commission" and featured the following distinguished panelists:

Marty Lederman Associate Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center; Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel

Matthew OlsenGeneral Counsel for the National Security Agency

Aziz HuqAssistant Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School

Laura Donohue (moderator) • Associate Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center; Acting Director of the Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law

The second panel was entitled "The Role of Domestic Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Border Surveillance" and featured the following distinguished panelists:

Julie O’Sullivan • Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

Abbe Smith • Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center;Director, Criminal Defense and Prisoner Advocacy Clinic

John Stanton • Executive Director, National Air Security Operations, Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security

James Zirkle • Adjunct Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center; Former Associate General Counsel, Central Intelligence Agency

Stephen Vladeck (moderator) • Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law

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