National Security

Would a U.S. cyber “takedown” of an unwitting foreign host for terrorists require congressional approval under the War Powers Resolution, and can courts entertain this question? 
Brittany Haglund and Michelle “Elle” Ross, 2013 graduates of GW’s National Security and U.S. Foreign Relations LLM program, have been selected for highly competitive positions in the Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps. 
A GW team took part in a two-day terrorism/national security simulation exercise in April hosted by Georgetown University Law Center to help train future national security lawyers. The GW team played the role of the Department of Defense (DOD), with Josh Champagne as the secretary of defense (...
GW Law’s Field Placement Program provides unique opportunities for National Security and U.S. Foreign Relations Law LLM candidates to work in federal agencies for academic credit. During their externships, students are able to make contacts and, in some cases, to secure permanent positions in...
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