INSCT Director James E. Baker and Professor Emeritus William C. Banks will represent the Institute at the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security’s 28th Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law Conference, taking place Nov. 1-2, 2018 at the Capitol Hilton in Washington DC.
This premier national security law conference includes panels focusing on vital topics, including:
- Space Law: Issues and Progress
- Legal Issues Confronting the Military National Security Law Community
- The 4th Amendment, Surveillance and the Future, preceded by a special keynote luncheon address by Glenn Gerstell, General Counsel, National Security Agency
- Reviewing Current Controversies Surrounding Security Clearances
- Ethical Challenges of the National Security Lawyer: A Roundtable Discussion
- Global Trade and National Security
- The Movement of Individuals Across Borders and National Security
- SCOTUS, GTMO, the FISC, and More: The Role of the Courts in Shaping National Security Law
- Social Media: 2020
- The Role and Duty of the National Security Lawyer: The Audience Responds
Judge Baker will host the panel on “The Role and Duty of the National Security Lawyer: The Audience Responds,” and Banks will moderate “SCOTUS, GTMO, the FISC and More: The Role of the Courts in Shaping National Security Law.” This panel also will feature discussants Amy Jeffress, Partner, Arnold & Porter; Mary McCord, Visiting Professor of Law and Senior Litigator from Practice, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, Georgetown University Law Center; and the Hon. Reggie Walton, Senior Judge, US District Court for the District of Columbia.