ACS to Host Senator Charles Robb, March 22
The George Mason Law School Chapter of the American Constitution Society is pleased to host former U.S. Senator Charles Robb of Virginia on Wednesday, March 22, 2006.
Government agencies are rapidly changing their policies in response to the evolving nature of the threats posed by international actors such as rogue states and terrorist organizations. Senator Robb will discuss legal issues related to the needs and demands of the national security and intelligence communities as they adjust to these new circumstances. Senator Robb currently serves on the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board and is a Distinguished Professor of Law & Public Policy at George Mason.
Senator Robb"s talk, scheduled from 6:00 to 7:30 PM in Room 221, is open to all students. A reception will follow the event.
This is an "off the record" event and there will be no press coverage.
Mitchell Wunsh, ACS Treasurer