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Institute for Security Policy and Law, Syracuse Law Review to Host ‘Lessons Learned: Perspectives on Law and Policy from the War in Ukraine’ Symposium
The Institute for Security Policy and Law (SPL) and Syracuse Law Review (SLR) are hosting the “Lessons Learned: Perspectives on Law and Policy from the War in Ukraine” Symposium on Thursday, Sept. 22, and Friday, Sept. 23, in Dineen Hall.
On Sept. 22, four panel discussions will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Melanie Gray Ceremonial Courtroom. The discussions will also be available virtually via Zoom.
“Does Law Matter: The International World Order and Ukraine”
- James E. Baker, professor and director of Syracuse University Institute for Security Policy and Law (former chief judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, National Security Council (NSC) legal adviser)
- Brian Egan, partner, Skadden, Arps (former Department of State legal adviser and NSC legal adviser)
“The Law of Armed Conflict”
- Beth Kubala, professor and executive director of the Betty and Michael D. Wohl Veterans Legal Clinic (retired Lt. Col. U.S. Army)
- Rachel VanLandingham, Irwin R. Buchalter Professor of Law, Southwestern Law School (retired Lt. Col. U.S. Air Force)
- Major William Casey Biggerstaff, military professor at the Stockton Center for International Law at the U.S. Naval College
- Major Jason Harrup, chief of national security law, 10th Mountain Division, U.S. Army
- Robert Murrett, professor and deputy director of the Institute for Security Policy and Law (former Director NGA, Vice Admiral USN Ret.)
- Renn Gade, deputy general counsel/intelligence, Department of Defense
- Brian Taylor, professor, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
- Kristen Patel, professor, Maxwell School
- Laurie Hobart, professor, Institute for Security Policy and Law
- Adam Smith, partner, Gibson Dunn (former senior advisor, Office of Foreign Assets Control, director NSC staff)
On Sept. 23, a panel featuring speakers from Thursday be held from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m., including a reception in the David Levy Atrium followed by the keynote in the Melanie Gray Ceremonial Courtroom. This event is part of the College of Law’s Alumni Weekend festivities. Participants can also join via Zoom.
For more information, visit the Syracuse Law Review website.