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|LAW 822 - National Security Law Seminar and the Challenge of Terrorism|
This course explores Federal substantive and procedural criminal law that specifically addresses major National Security issues. These include foreign and domestic terrorism, espionage, sabotage and use of military assets to protect the nation. The role of technology and implications for defining and protecting privacy are also examined. Issues facing both prosecuting and defense counsel unique to National Security matters, such as the Classified Information Procedures Act and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act are studied.
2.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Law-JD, Law-LLM
Schedule Types: Seminar, Tutorial
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