Feb 21: LENS will host a panel on "Opportunities in National Security Law" at 12:30 p.m. in Room 3037. This event will be open to the public.
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LENS Feb 21
- Dunlap: Critics of executive clemency are rushing to judgment; cases are fact-specific and often more complicated than they seem Lawfare
- Bradley lays groundwork for new field of comparative foreign relations law with Oxford Handbook
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- Dunlap urges Americans to educate themselves on Memorial Day and honor veterans who sacrificed their lives Lawfire
- Dunlap: Exit of retired generals from White House inner circle put untested civilian advisors in charge just as national security issues heat up Washington Times