nationalsecuritylaw upcoming event at G’town (Oct. 25)

The Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law and

The Georgetown Law National Security Law Society

Cordially invite you to

Key National Security Issues 2013

Please join us for this conference focusing on two of the most pressing national security issues for the next term, and exploring the role of the national security lawyer in the midst of challenging legal and policy issues.

Panel I: Iran, Israel, and the Nuclear Issue. Moderated by Professor Barry Carter and featuring: Suzanne Maloney (Senior Fellow, Brookings), Aaron David Miller (Distinguished Scholar, Wilson Center), Corey Hinderstein (Vice President, International Program, Nuclear Threat Initiative), and Cari Stinebower (invited) (Counsel, Crowell & Moring)

Panel II: Cybersecurity, the Way Forward. Moderated by Professor Laura Donohue and featuring: Steven Chabinsky (Senior Vice President of Legal Affairs, CrowdStrike), Eliana Davidson (invited), (Deputy General Counsel, Intelligence, DoD), Leonard Bailey (Associate Deputy Attorney General, DOJ), and Paul Rosenzweig (Red Branch Consulting and Professional Lecturer in Law, George Washington University)

Keynote Luncheon Panel: The Role of the National Security Lawyer. Moderated by Professor David Koplow and featuring: Robert Litt (General Counsel, ODNI), Benjamin Powell (Partner, WilmerHale), and Mary DeRosa (Distinguished Visitor from Practice, Georgetown Law)

Thursday, October 25, 2012

9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Hosted Luncheon Begins @ 12:15 p.m.

Georgetown University Law Center

Gewirz, 12th Floor

120 F Street, NW

Washington, DC 20001

RSVP to rsvp2.

Please contact Carrie Cordero, Director of National Security Studies, at cfc34 with questions.

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Nadia Asancheyev
Georgetown Center on National Security and the Law
600 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Williams Institute Suite
Washington, DC 20001

Key NS Issues in 2013 Conference Invitation.pdf


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