Operational Cyber and Intelligence Law Seminar

Credit Hours: 2

This course will specifically focus on educating students on the laws and policies applicable to cyber and intelligence operations, including the application of domestic and international law, such as how the law of armed conflict principles of necessity, distinction, proportionality, and humanity apply to cyber and intelligence operations.  The course will also examine the emerging issues in these areas, as well as proposals for modifications to existing domestic and international legal constructs in these areas.  The course will also examine the oversight of such operations by the judicial and legislative branches of government and will explore matters related to the roles and responsibilities of lawyers advising military commanders and others on such matters.