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LENS Conference - Fall 1998

The American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security

The Center for National Security Law, University of Virginia School of Law

The Center on Law, Ethics and National Security, Duke University School of Law

November 12-13, 1998


CSIS Conference Center
Level B-1
1800 K Street, NW
Washington, D.C.


Special Guest:  The Honorable Sandra Day O'Connor


Thursday, November 12, 1998

8:00 AM Registration And Continental Breakfast

8:30 AM Welcoming Remarks

Elizabeth R. Rindskopf, Chair
ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security



9:00 AM PANEL I - Round Table Discussion

Survey Of New Developments In National Security Law:  Executive Branch Perspectives

Moderator: Elizabeth R. Rindskopf
 
Participants

The Honorable David R. Andrews, Legal Adviser
Department of State

The Honorable James E. Baker, Special Assistant to the President
Legal Adviser, National Security Council
 
Robert M. McNamara, Jr., General Counsel
Central Intelligence Agency

The Honorable Judith A. Miller ,General Counsel
Department of Defense
 
Larry R. Parkinson , General Counsel
Federal Bureau of Investigation

10:45 AM PANEL II - Round Table Discussion

Survey Of New Developments In National  Security Law: Views From The Hill

Moderator: Richard E. Friedman, Chair, Advisory Committee
ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security

Participants

Daniel Gallington, General Counsel
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Patrick B. Murray, Chief Counsel
House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Stephen G. Rademaker, Chief Counsel
House International Relations Committee

Scott W. Stucky, General Counsel
Senate Committee on Armed Services
  12:30 PM Luncheon   Speaker: Richard A. Clarke, National Coordinator for Security Critical Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-Terrorism  National Security Council    2:30 PM PANEL III - Organizing to Combat Transnational Threats
 
Moderator: Ann C. Petersen, Member
ABA Standing Committee  on Law and National Security

Panelists

M.E. Bowman, Associate General Counsel
National Security Affairs, FBI

Alan J. Kreczko, Senior Deputy Assistant Secretary
Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration Department of State

Zachary Selden, Policy Associate
Business Executives for National Security

Michelle Van Cleave, Chief Counsel and Staff Director
Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on
Technology, Terrorism, and Government Information  6:30 PM Reception/Dinner   Speaker: The Honorable Sandra Day O'Connor Associate Justice United States Supreme Court

Friday, November 13, 1998

8:00 AM Continental Breakfast

8:30 AM PANEL IV   The Divergence Between Military and Civilian Cultures: A Risk to National Security?
 
Moderator: Scott L. Silliman, Executive Director
Center on Law, Ethics and National Security, Duke University School of Law

Panelists

John Hillen, Olin Fellow  for National Security Studies
Council on Foreign Relations

Richard H. Kohn, Professor of History
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Thomas E. Ricks, Pentagon Correspondent
The Wall Street Journal

10:15 AM PANEL V - The Rome Treaty: Is The International Criminal  Court Viable?

Moderator: Paul Schott Stevens, Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Mutual Funds and International Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Panelists

Michael P. Scharf , Professor of Law and Director
Center for International Law and Policy, New England School of Law

The Honorable David J. Scheffer, Ambassador-at-Large forWar Crimes Issues
Department of State

Jerome J. Shestack,  Immediate Past President
American Bar Association
NOON Luncheon   Speaker: General Charles A. Horner, USAF (Ret.), Former Commander-in-Chief United Space Space Command  2:00 PM PANEL VI  The Growing Ballistic Missile Threat and the ABM Treaty

Moderator: John Norton Moore, Director
Center for National Security Law, University of Virginia School of Law
 
Panelists

Barry M. Blechman, Chairman
Henry L. Stimson Center

Ambassador Henry F. Cooper, Former Chief
U.S. Negotiator at the Geneva Defense and Space Talks

Mary Elizabeth Hoinkes, General Counsel
U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

Robert C. Joseph, Director
Center for Counter Proliferation and Research National Defense University

3:30 PM ADJOURNMENT
 
*Indicates participation in the program has not been confirmed.