LENS Events

Upcoming Events

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Past Events: 2020

  • Aug 7:  Prof Dunlap will make an online presentation on current national security issues to the Jewish Federation of Durham-Chapel Hill.

  • July 15:  Professor Dunlap will participate remotely as a paper discussant for the National Security Junior Scholars Conference.

  • June 22:  Prof. Dunlap will participate in Part II of a two-episode series on Defense 2020 podcast sponsored by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

     

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    June 8:  Prof. Dunlap will participate in Part I of a two-episode series on Defense 2020 podcast sponsored by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

     

  • May 8: Maj Gen Dunlap, USAF (Ret.) will be the guest of honor at the commissioning ceremony for Duke University’s Naval Reserve Officers Training (NROTC) Unit.

  • April 22: Prof. Stansbury will participate in a virtual congressional briefing entitled “Surveillance and Security After the Lockdown:  Lessons from the 9/11 Era.”  The briefing, sponsored by Duke in DC, will address how the U.S. and other nations are approaching surveillance and privacy during the global pandemic. 

     

  • April 20: Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Dunlap will join Gen. (Ret.) Martin Dempsey in an online panel discussion moderated by Mr. Buz Waitzkin about the “Coronavirus and the Military.” The event is sponsored by the Duke Initiative for Science & Society and will take place at 12:30 p.m.  More information and registration (required) can be found here.

     

  • April 2:  Prof. Stansbury will be a speaker at a “Duke in DC” event in Washington, DC at 6:30 p.m. entitled “When Privacy Becomes A National Concern.”  The panel discussion will explore how the use of personal data can present national security concerns.  Event details are available here.

  • Mar. 19: Prof. Stansbury will be participating in a discussion on U.S. election security, along with Jamil Jaffer from George Mason University, from 12:30 to 1:30 in Room 4047 of the Law School.

  • Mar. 3: Prof. Stansbury will be hosting Carl Ghattas, former head of national security matters for the FBI, for a lunchtime discussion entitled “National Security and Cyber Threats: A View from Government and Industry.” The event will take place from 12:30 to 1:30 in Room 3037 of the Law School.

  • Feb 28-29: LENS will host its 25th Annual National Security Law Conference at the Law School. Conference registration required. 

  • Feb 27: LENS will host a panel discussion from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Room 3037 of the Law School on "Career Opportunities in National Security Law" as part of the LENS Speaker Series. Open to the public.

  • Feb. 13:  Prof. Stansbury will be participating in a panel discussion at 12 p.m. entitled “Merging AI:  How Competition Policy Fuels Innovation.”  Details are available here.

  • Feb 11: LENS will sponsor “The Future of Cybersecurity Policy,” a breakfast discussion with cybersecurity policy leaders Ari Schwartz and Jen Ellis. Place: Duke’s Sanford Building, Rhodes Conference Room. Time: 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Please RSVP here (limited seating): https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8qqMBrcidciSz8V.

  • Feb 4: Prof Dunlap will be one of the panelist for the “President, War Powers, and the Constitutionality of Conflict with Iran” event at 12:30 p.m. in Room It is sponsored by the Middle East North African Law Student Association, the International Law Society, the American Constitution Society, as well as LENS.

  • Jan 31: LENS is one of the co-sponsors for the Data Privacy Day event “Designing Ethics into AI” at the JB Duke Hotel.  More information found here.

  • Jan 23: Prof Dunlap will participate in a workshop on "lawfare" co-hosted by the U.S. Army JAG School, the Legal Advisor to NATO's Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, in Wash., D.C.

 

Prof. Charles Dunlap at Duke University meeting with former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice with center director Prof. Charles Dunlap, Jr. and members of the Duke community.

 

Maj. Gen. Dunlap awarded Judge Advocate Specialty badges to two former students, First Lieutenants Chris Pilch and Greg Speirs upon their graduation from the U.S. Air Force's Judge Advocate Staff Officers' Course.

On April 24th 2015, Maj. Gen. Dunlap awarded Judge Advocate Specialty badges to two former students, First Lieutenants Chris Pilch and Greg Speirs upon their graduation from the U.S. Air Force's Judge Advocate Staff Officers' Course.