The National Security Law Journal is
thrilled to release the first two articles of Volume 6, Issue 2. Click
the link below to view these fascinating pieces!
First, Captain Salahudin Ali’s “The Bloody Nose:
10 U.S.C. § 395” argues that 10 U.S.C. § 395 will not affect the
oversight requirements for certain cyber operations, particularly those
that function as cyberspace operational preparation of the environment
(COPEs) and occur before traditional kinetic operations.
Second, in “Their
Bottom Line: Providing A Legal Basis For Regulating Ratings Agencies To
Combat Money Laundering In The Banking Industry,” Melanie
Goldberg argues there
remains a need to put pressure on banks to ensure they are not complicit
in terrorist acts, and that the most effective alternative to lawsuits
and government regulations is to ensure that ratings agencies will drop a
bank’s rating for financing terrorism.
Ms. Goldberg concludes that forcing ratings agencies to consider a
bank’s violations when calculating their rating is the preferable option Americans should pursue if they wish to stop the financing
of terror on their soil.
Check them out here: https://www.nslj.org/issues/volume-6-issue-2-spring-summer-2019/
The National Security Law Journal has released online the first and second articles from its upcoming Fall/Winter 2018 Volume 6 Issue 1.
The National Security Law Journal is proud to co-host a national security law fair at George Washington Law on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 from 1-3:30. No registration is required to attend the event. Come by our table during the career fair to say hello and learn more about the exciting things going on at NSLJ!
National Security Fair Poster
On November 13, 2017, the National Security Law Journal, in partnership with the National Security Institute, will host its fall symposium, Security in the New Era of Targeted Sanctions. The event will feature the following panelists: Dr. Mark Katz, Professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government, Dr. Gregory Koblentz, Professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government, Mr. Adam Smith, Partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, and Dr. Andrea Viski, Director at the Strategic Trade Research Institute. Mr. Jamil Jaffer, Professor of Law of the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University, will serve as the moderator.
This lively discussion and debate on targeted sanctions is going to be an event you won’t want to miss! We sincerely hope that we will see all of you there. We politely request that if you are going to attend that you please RSVP, which can be done by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Refreshments and check in will begin at 11:30, with the panel discussion beginning at 12.