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Past Events: 2023

  • November 16-17: The Center on Law, Ethics and National Security will cosponsor a trip to Washington, DC for the ABA’s Standing Committee on Law and National Security annual conference.  Contact Riley Flewelling riley.flewelling@duke.edu or Madison Cash madison.cash@duke.edu for further information.

  • November 5:  The Center of Law, Ethics and National Security will host a viewing of the movie, Eye in the Sky, to be followed by a discussion. Invitation only; for more information contact Professor Dunlap.

  • November 1: The National Security Law Society will host a "Summer Experience Panel" from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Room 4045. 

  • October 9: Ms. Heather Huntley of the Centers for Disease Control General Counsel office will speak from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. about current issues in health law, especially as they intersect with national security in Room 3043.

  • September 26:  Maj Gen (Ret.) Dunlap will keynote “The Future and Ethics of Uncrewed and Autonomous Warfare” conference sponsored by the University of South Florida’s Global and National Security Institute, as part of its Tampa Summit Series, and in partnership with USF’s College of Arts and Sciences, the National Defense University's Near East and South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, and U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM), Tampa, FL.

  • September 13:  The National Security Law Society will hold its General Body Meeting from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Room 4042. Contact Riley Flewelling riley.flewelling@duke.edu or Madison Cash madison.cash@duke.edu for further information.

  • September 8:  The National Security Law Society will participate in the annual Student Activities Fair, Duke Law. Contact Riley Flewelling riley.flewelling@duke.edu or Madison Cash madison.cash@duke.edu for further information.

  • May 22-24: Professor Stansbury will help lead the second-annual Duke Cybersecurity Leadership Program, a unique multi-disciplinary program designed to prepare leaders in government and industry for risk management in cybersecurity. This year’s program will include specialized tracks in national security, law, and health care. The program is still accepting applications, and details are available here.

     

  • May 9-11:  Professor Dunlap will participate in the 1st Annual Future of Warfare and the Law Symposium sponsored by the U.S. Army’s Futures Command, Austin, TX.

  • May 8:  Professor Dunlap will participate on theCommercial Drones on the Battlefield - Implications to the Law of War” at the Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International convention in Denver, CO.

  • April 13-15:  Professor Dunlap will participate in the “The Ethical and Legal Significance of Super Soldiers” Conference sponsored by the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law at the University of Pennsylvania, Phil., PA.

  • March 21:  Professor Dunlap will speak on “The Use of Force and International Law” for the Alexander Hamilton Society at Wake Forest University.

  • February 24-25:  28th Annual National Security Law Conference at Duke Law.

  • February 23:  LENS will host a luncheon panel in Room 3037 on “Careers in National Security Law featuring RADM Melissa Bert, Judge Advocate General, U.S. Coast Guard; Mr. Phillip Carter, Senior Director, Public Sector Legal, Salesforce; Ms. Michele Pearce, Of Counsel, Covington & Burling; and Ms. Genelle Francis, Assistant General Counsel, Federal Bureau of Investigation.

  • February 15:  Professor Dunlap will guest lecture on “Cyberwar” for Cybersecurity and Interdisciplinary Law in Duke’s Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity program.

 

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.