National Security Law
3 credit hours
0.0 ceu hours
Examines the revolutionary age in which we live and how national security law is changing and being redefined to address that revolution. No area within the law has been more significantly affected by the September 11th terrorist attack on the United States than the law related to national security. As successive administrations wrestle with defining "jurisdiction," national security law takes on an ever increasing importance in a world that is drawn even closer together through "globalization." This course will analyze the functioning of national security laws and their impact on society. It will also balance United States Constitutional principles against the need for security. Prerequisite: HLS 111 or permission of director.
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