National Security Law Institute
21st National Security Law Institute to be held June 2-14, 2013
The Twenty-first National Security Law Institute will take place June 2 through June 14, 2013. The National Security Law Institute provides advanced training for professors of law and political science who teach or are preparing to teach graduate-level courses in national security law or related subjects requiring a detailed understanding of National Security Law. Applications are also invited from government attorneys in the national security community who are actively engaged in the practice of national security law or otherwise have a professional need for such training. Application deadline extended to May 15, 2013.
This annual intensive two-week course is held at the University of Virginia School of Law in Charlottesville, Virginia. Prominent scholars and current and former government experts will take part in lectures, panels, and debates to address both theoretical background and important contemporary issues of national security law.
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Approximately 25-30 participants are selected to attend each Institute. Participants provide their own transportation to and from Charlottesville and will pay a tuition fee ($1,950 in 2013). All hotel lodging, group meals, and course materials will be provided. The deadline for applications for the 2013 Institute is May 15, 2013. Please contact Ms. Julie Garmel at the Center (firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-924-4746) if you need additional information. 2013 dates: June 2-14.