The goal of the Annual Seminars on Teaching National Security Law is to bring together the academic and practitioner communities to discuss the methods, tools, and processes of teaching national security law and training future practitioners in the field.
The seminars are sponsored and co-hosted by the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Law and National Security and a partnering academic institution. This year the seminar will be co-hosted by the Institute for National Security and Counter Terrorism at Syracuse University.
On September 17th, 2011, the American Bar Association partnered with the Georgetown Law Center in hosting the Second Annual Teaching National Security Law seminar. An event description from the ABA may be found here. A link to the 2011 agenda is available here.