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Why Contribute to the INSCT Gift Fund?

Through innovative educational programs, interdisciplinary scholarly research, and extensive public service, INSCT examines laws and policies pertaining to national and international security and counterterrorism, international humanitarian law and human rights, national defense policy and veterans affairs, cybersecurity and cyberespionage, postconflict reconstruction and international development, and more.

Your gift helps INSCT contribute to the analysis, reform, and evolution of these laws and policies and helps prepare the next generation of well-informed lawyers, policymakers, and practitioners.

We hope you’ll consider making a contribution to our important efforts! Click the icon at the top of the page to make a secure online donation in support of INSCT initiatives. Simply click on “Choose another College of Law fund” and scroll down to find the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism Law Gift Fund.

As we continue to build the legacy of Founding Director William C. Banks, the Institute can look proudly upon a series of accomplishments:

INSCT CONTINUES TO BROADEN & DEEPEN ITS AGENDA
INSCT dynamically responds to continuously evolving threats by publishing groundbreaking scholarship, convening multidisciplinary conferences and workshops, conducting multiple sponsored research projects, hosting dialogues with law and policy experts and practitioners, and offering a rich curriculum to our law and graduate students.
INSCT PROVIDES A FIRST-CLASS LAW & POLICY EDUCATION
Students routinely join staff and faculty on real-world research and policy projects; practice their craft by conducting rigorous simulations, capstones, and internships; and, through the INSCT-supported Student Association on Terrorism and Security Analysis, publish a journal and organize an annual conference.
THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF OUR ALUMNI ARE THE BEST EVIDENCE OF OUR SUCCESS
Many of INSCT’s more than 600 alumni are making a difference across the law, security, and postconflict sectors, in organizations such as the Brookings Institution; DARPA; Deloitte; Judge Advocate General’s Corps; Military Commissions Prosecutions Unit; Naval Air Systems Command; New America Foundation; the departments of Defense, State, Justice, and Homeland Security; and elsewhere.

INSCT’s expert faculty and researchers; eager and accomplished students; and international, cross-disciplinary network of affiliates make these successes possible. With their help—and continued support from our sponsors and institutional partners—we can expect our impact to increase in the coming years.

Thank you!