For the past few months, I have been thinking about how Lawfare might do more to bring readers information from non-lawyers with expertise critical to national security law and lawyering the modern age. To be a good national security lawyer … Read more »
Tag Archives: Philip Bobbitt
I’ve fallen behind in linking to the short essays being published by the Hoover Institution Task Force on National Security and Law. The latest come from Tod Lindberg, Amy Zegart, and Philip Bobbitt.
Columbia law professor Philip Bobbitt, author of Terror and Consent: The Wars for the Twenty-First Century, writes in with the following comments in response to my comments on the Charlie Savage story:
I don’t know if this is
Terrific Opportunity for Students and Recent Grads Interested in Learning More about National Security and the Law
I want to draw attention to a remarkable opportunity for students interested in national security and the law: the Tikvah-Hertog Summer Institute on Law and National Security, which will take place at Columbia Law from July 31 to Aug 9 … Read more »