Dean’s Blog

04/11/2014
Without doubt, one of the most beleaguered institutions in the United States is the National Collegiate Athletic Association. From the threat of athletes unionizing http://grantland.com/features/...

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RWU Law had a 90% pass rate for the July 2012 Connecticut bar exam for all first time test takers, 7% higher than the state average.



National Security Law

Course Number: 
LAW.794
Credits: 
3

This course is a survey of the major legal components of national security, including counter¬terrorism; the Law of Armed Conflict; war powers issues; emergency powers of government and their relationship to civil liberties; counter¬intelligence, surveillance, intelligence gathering and other covert operations; the role of international and war crimes tribunals; and analysis; and issues pertaining to access to and release of national security information. Particular emphasis will be placed on legal issues relevant to the events of September 11, 2001 and their aftermath, including recent counter¬terrorism legislation and the war in the Middle East.