Center on Law, Ethics and National Security
Founded in 1993, the Center on Law, Ethics and National Security promotes education and discussion of the complex and diverse issues involved in national security, such as the legal and policy implications of counterterrorism operations at home and abroad, the role of the respective branches of government in security matters, the international law of armed conflict, the impact of security issues on international business endeavors, and the ethical issues of the practice of national security law.
February 12: Professor Dunlap will participate in the Law of War Symposium at Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, Chicago, IL.
February 17: Professor Dunlap will participate Hoover Institution “Book Soiree” discussing Professor Orde Kittre’s new book “Lawfare” with Professor Jack Goldsmith of Harvard University, Wash., DC
February 19: LENS will host General Martin E. Dempsey, USA (Ret.), the former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and current Rubenstein Fellow at Duke for a luncheon presentation.
March 21: Professor Dunlap will participate in a symposium on done warfare at Colgate University, Hamilton, NY.
March 23: Professor Dunlap will make a presentation for Shared Learning of Chapel Hill, as part of the Lindgren Lecture Series, Chapel Hill, NC.
April 26-28: Professor Dunlap will participate in the EUCOM-SHAPE International Legal Conference, in Warsaw, Poland.
- San Antonio Express-News
Dunlap comments on likelihood of draft registration for women
- Federalist Society
Dunlap discusses the law of war
- Military Times
Dunlap comments on proposal to modernize Uniform Code of Military Justice
- The American Conservative
Dunlap discusses ISIS and "the cult of air power"
- Just Security
Dunlap examines human shields and the law of war
- Christian Science Monitor
Dunlap: Army might still avoid Bergdahl court martial
- Just Security
Dunlap examines concerns about fairness of military commissions
- Midrats podcast
Dunlap discusses the evolving role of law in attempts to fight terrorism