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Jeremy Gordon is a student at the University of Virginia School of Law, where he focuses on national security law. He is the president of the Law, Innovation, Security & Technology Society, a research assistant at the Center for National Security Law, and an editor of the Virginia Journal of International Law and the Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in Political Economy.
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Several parties have sued the federal government in connection with the Trump administration's decision to repurpose funds to build a wall along the southern border pursuant to a national emergency declaration.
House v. Mnuchin (District of Columbia)
The opinion, which holds that a district court lacks inherent authority to disclose the grand jury records, may make it more difficult for Congress to obtain Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s full and unredacted findings.
Roger Stone associate Andrew Miller is challenging the constitutionality of the special counsel’s appointment in his appeal of a contempt order.
J.M. Berger, an author and researcher on extremism, made public on Intelwire a large number of previously unreleased or difficult-to-find materials related to 9/11 that were obtained through FOIA, court documents and open sources.