A team of Law and Maxwell School national security students—coached by INSCT Director William C. Banks and Professor Sean O’Keefe—took part in the 2018 National Security Crisis Simulation at Georgetown Law the weekend of March 1-3, 2018. As with previous crisis simulations, the students were given government roles to assume during complex and fast-moving crises that call on each team to develop legal and policy responses and work with other teams/agencies, under the tutelage of national security experts.
The Syracuse University team included third-year J.D./M.P.A. students Conor Sullivan and Ryan White; second-year J.D./M.P.A. student Kristina Cervi; third-year M.A.I.R/M.S.P.R candidate Stephen Brickey; and third-year J.D. student Elizabeth Snyder.
Photos by Kristina Cervi.