Law 792:  National Security Law

A survey and study of the various legal and policy environments pertaining to the national security of the United States, including 1) intelligence activities and the use of military 2) the authorities and roles of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government, and 3) post 9/11 issues raised by terrorism and defense of the homeland.

Prerequisites: Constitutional Law I is required.  Administrative Law and International Law may be helpful, but are not required for enrollment.

Evalution: Paper

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