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Cyber Operations: Is It Possible to Apply 20th Century International Law to 21st Century Cyber Capabilities?

This panel discussion will be held on November 15, 2017, from 12-1:30pm in Caplin Pavilion at the University of Virginia School of Law. Lunch will be provided. 

Panelists: Colonel (Ret.) Gary Brown, Former Staff Judge Advocate, U.S. Cyber Command; Colonel Gary Corn, Staff Judge Advocate, U.S. Cyber Command; Major General (Ret.) Charles Dunlap Jr., Duke University Law School; and CAPT Todd C. Huntley, USN International/Operational Law Department, The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School, U.S. Army. The panel will be moderated by David E. Graham, Associate Director for Programs, Center for National Security Law.

The event is sponsored by the Center for National Security Law and the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security.

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A Message from the Director, Professor John Norton Moore

Professor John Norton Moore
A Nonpartisan, Nonprofit Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Scholarship and Education About Legal Issues Affecting U.S. National Security

Welcome to the Web site for the Center for National Security Law at the University of Virginia School of Law. Established at the University of Virginia School of Law in April 1981, the Center has an active publications program and sponsors scholarly conferences and national security law courses. The Center also sponsors an annual National Security Law Institute during the summer which is designed to provide advanced training for government officials and professors of law and international relations in this growing field.