Fall 2012 Section 001
Law 384: National Security Law

Schedule: Day Class
Sales, Nathan
Credit Hours: 3
CRN: 80431
Day(s): Monday, Wednesday
Location: Hazel Hall 329
Time: 10:00am-11:15am
Enrollment Limit: Please see Patriot Web
Syllabus: Go to syllabus
Course Documents: No documents listed.
Exam Date/Time: 12-13-2012 6:00pm
Prerequisites: None
General Description: This lecture course will explore the distribution of national security powers amongst the three coordinate branches of government and engage students in understanding the laws and policies that govern the legality of war, military operations in wartime, intelligence collection, protection of national security information, foreign intelligence surveillance, covert action, special military operations, offensive counterterrorism operations, the detention, interrogation, and prosecution of terrorism suspects, including military commissions, the domestic use of the military, homeland security, cybersecurity, and other current issues in the national security area. The class will also include discussion of materials declassified in recent months relating to foreign intelligence collection and offensive counterterrorism operations, as well as materials previously declassified, and will examine the legal analysis supporting these specific efforts and the policy questions raised by them.