This week we don’t lack for topics, to say the least. Tune in for in-the-weeds discussion of:
Steve Vladeck is a professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law. A 2004 graduate of Yale Law School, Steve clerked for Judge Marsha Berzon on the Ninth Circuit and Judge Rosemary Barkett on the Eleventh Circuit. In addition to serving as a senior editor of the Journal of National Security Law & Policy, Steve is also the co-editor of Aspen Publishers’ leading National Security Law and Counterterrorism Law casebooks.
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A document provided to Lawfare indicates that the intelligence community is being tasked with monitoring and collecting information on some protest activities.
There are a few answers, but a lot more questions.
We’re back, with a Supreme-Court focused episode! Tune in for:The Supreme Court’s twin decisions in the New York grand jury and Congressional subpoena cases; The consequences of those decisions for related litigation such as the Don McGahn subpoena case; The McGirt decision on the Muskogee nation’s control of territory in eastern Oklahoma; And the petition for en banc review in the Michael Flynn case.
As for frivolity, how could it be anything other than the "Hamilton" movie?
This week on NSL Podcast, co-hosts Steve Vladeck and Bobby Chesney review and debate the latest national security legal news, including:
In the latest episode of the National Security Law Podcast, co-hosts Professors Steve Vladeck and Bobby Chesney discuss:
Why Were Out-of-State National Guard Units in Washington, D.C.? The Justice Department’s Troubling Explanation
Either the Justice Department’s legal reasoning is wrong, or it’s right—in which case Congress should close the loophole immediately.