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Our most recent issue features scholarly works on national security law from four professionals and two students. To complement our scholarly publication, this past fall, we hosted a panel discussion on the recently published Department of Defense Law of War Manual. The panelists commented on the novelty of the Manual and addressed current controversies surrounding its unprecedented publication, including the Manual’s impact on journalists who are embedded with deployed military units. This spring, we are excited to announce that we will be hosting our first ever Cybersecurity Tabletop Legal Exercise. The event, Data Breach at the University: Preparing our Networks, will be co-sponsored by the George Mason University Law and Economics Center and participants include representatives from the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Department of Defense, Department of Education, the Virginia Governor’s office, the MS-ISAC, and several local universities.
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