Professors Curtis Bradley, Mary Dudziak, Charles Dunlap, and Neil Siegel will consider how the law governing the "war on terrorism" has evolved during the ten years since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. They will discuss such topics as the military detention or trial of alleged terrorists, habeas corpus review, and coercive interrogation. For more information, please contact Dana Norvell at email@example.com.
Ten Years After 9/11: The Legal Landscape of the "War on Terror"
- Dunlap comments on the "big business" of kidnapping westerners in the Middle East USA Today
- Dunlap: Foley execution could build U.S. appetite for aggressive response US News & World Report
- Dunlap discusses Western anti-ISIL resolve in wake of increased violence and video showing execution of American Voice of America