nationalsecuritylaw Fwd: Invitation to “The Law of Counterterrorism” on February 2, at 3:15 pm

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The Georgetown Center on

National Security and the Law

Cordially invites you to a critical discussion of a newly-published book

by the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice:

“The Law of Counterterrorism”

Authors

John Altenburg, Jr.

former Fellow, International Assessment and Security Center

Author of “Military Commissions”

Jeffrey Breinholt

National Security Division, Department of Justice

Author of “The Revolution of Substantive Criminal Counterterrorism Law: “Material Support” and its Philosophical Underpinnings”

W. George Jameson

former Director, Office of Policy & Coordination, CIAAuthor of “Intelligence and the Law: Introduction to the Legal and Policy Framework Governing Intelligence Community Counterterrorism Efforts”

Commentators

Jennifer Daskal

Fellow, Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law

Stephen Vladeck

Professor, American University Washington College of Law

Moderated by

Marty Lederman

Associate Professor, Georgetown University Law Center

3:15 pm

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Hart Auditorium

Georgetown University Law Center

600 New Jersey Avenue

Washington, DC 20002

Reception to Follow

RSVP to rsvp2.

Please contact nationalsecurity with questions.

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Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law

600 New Jersey Ave, NW

Williams 361

Washington, DC 20001

202.662.4072

www.law.georgetown.edu/cnsl

www.securitylawbrief.com

www.statesecretsarchives.com

Georgetown ABA Law of Counterterrorism Book Event 2.2.12.docx

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