A panel of Duke Law Professors Dunlap, Bradley and Helfer discuss the domestic, international, and humanitarian legal issues surrounding a US military strike in Syria. Sponsored by National Securities Law Society, International Law Society, American Constitutional Law Society, and Human Rights Law Society. Lunch will be provided. For more information, please contact Danny Beaulieu at Danny.Beaulieu@lawnet.duke.edu.
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