RSVP to attend the next edition of the Security by the Book series at the Hoover Institution on Oct. 9.
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Call for Applications: Cybersecurity Tech Bootcamp for Law & Policy Professionals v1.1 (Austin, October 23-24)
Last May, the cybersecurity program at UT-Austin’s Strauss Center hosted a well-received 1.5 day technical bootcamp for law and policy professionals who are interested in cybersecurity but who seek greater fluency with related technical concepts. The idea was to provide a deep dive into a select set of relevant topics, assuming no prior technical knowledge on the part of any attendees (many attendees knew a great deal about the legal and policy aspects of this topic, but not the technical side).
Join Bobby Chesney and Danielle Citron on Thursday, July 18 at the Heritage Foundation for a discussion on the looming challenges “deep fakes” pose for national security and privacy.
RSVP to attend the next edition of the Security by the Book series at the Hoover Institution on May 14.
U.S. Cyber Command will host its fifth annual legal conference from March 5–8.
We're excited to announce that Lawfare will be hosting a screening of the documentary Icarus on October 19 at the Brookings Institution. Director Bryan Fogel, producer Dan Cogan, Brookings President Strobe Talbott, and the Atlantic's Julia Ioffe will join Benjamin Wittes for a panel discussion following the screening. Join us for What 'Icarus' tells us about Russia's meddling in international affairs: A film screening & discussion:
Applications for the 2018 Clara Barton International Humanitarian Law Competition are due by November 13, 2017.
Join Lawfare and Foreign Policy for drinks and conversation with two former White House counsels on the task of lawyering for and against the Trump administration.
On September 23, Harvard Law School will host a one-day conference on leaders who capitalize on anti-elite sentiment to win office but once elected, appear interested primarily in enriching themselves and their close allies.
As Lawfare readers are likely aware, two important events will be taking place at 2:30pm Eastern time this afternoon: first, a hearing by the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism featuring much-anticipated testimony by former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper; and second, oral argument in International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump, a travel ban case before the U.S.