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  • NYU Law News and Events

    October 18, 2017

    Latham & Watkins Forum – National Security: The Role of Senior Advisers in the White House

    "To formulate national security policy—or respond to a crisis—presidents can turn to White House-based intelligence officers, military leaders, and foreign policy specialists. They also look to lawyers, both from the Office of White House Counsel and others serving as special advisers. For this Forum, Professor Ryan Goodman will moderate a discussion among three such lawyers with experience in the administrations of Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. Among the questions to be explored: What sort of role do lawyers play in this setting? What do the panelists think White House lawyers and senior advisers are and should be wrestling with currently in areas such as counter-terrorism, North Korea, and the Russia investigation? How does a White House think about the legal and policy constraints it leaves for future administrations? Come hear the discussion, and bring questions of your own." Read more >
  • NYU Law News and Events

    October 27, 2017

    Antitrust in Developing Countries: Competition Policy in a Politicized World

    "This conference is sponsored by NYU School of Law and Concurrences. Just as developing countries are integrating into the world economic system, the world has taken a nationalistic turn. Will antitrust become politicized, and if so how will this impact the progress of developing countries? The program will feature a wide range of developing, emerging, and newly developed countries. Panels will consider the new nationalism and the special problems it poses for competition systems in developing countries; pharmaceuticals and the recent spate of excessive pricing of essential drugs; mergers, innovation and new technology issues; and an enforcers' rountable. The emphasis will be on developing countries' perspectives on competition law suited to their needs." Read more >
  • NYU Law News and Events

    October 31, 2017

    Global/Emile Noël Fellows Forum

    "The Global/Emile Noël Fellows Forum features introduction of research by Global Fellows and Emile Noël Fellows to an audience of other NYU School of Law fellows, faculty, students, and invited guests. This provides an opportunity for Fellows to gather, collaborate, share ideas and provide feedback in a supportive and intellectual environment." Read more >
  • November 6, 2017

    China & International Law: Human Rights, Sovereignty, and Dispute Resolution

    "Join the U.S.-Asia Law Institute for its 23rd Annual Timothy A. Gelatt Memorial Dialogue on the Rule of Law in East Asia. This year’s theme, entitled “China and International Law: Human Rights, Sovereignty, and Dispute Resolution” focuses on China's approach to international law during the Xi Jinping era as seen through the CCP's human rights record, China's contentious approach to maritime disputes in both the East and South China Seas, the erosion of the Sino-British Joint Declaration on Hong Kong, China's approach to the crisis on the Korean Peninsula, and more. This all-day event will feature panelists from China, Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong." Read more >
  • November 13, 2017

    Homeland Security in the Twenty-First Century

    "Featured Speakers:
    • Hon. Jeh Johnson, Former Secretary of Homeland Security
    • Hon. Lisa Monaco, Former Homeland Security Advisor to President Barack Obama and current Distinguished Senior Fellow at CLS
    To RSVP please click here Jeh Johnson led the Department of Homeland Security from December 2013-January 2017, where he was in charge of counterterrorism, cybersecurity, immigration law enforcement, national disaster response, and the protection of the country’s critical infrastructure and leadership. Previously, he served as General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Defense and General Counsel of the U.S. Air Force. Lisa Monaco served as Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism from March 2013 until the end of his presidency, advising the President on all aspects of his counterterrorism policy. Previously, she spent 15 years at the Department of Justice, largely as a career federal prosecutor. In 2011, she was confirmed as the first woman to serve as Assistant Attorney General for National Security, leading the Justice Department’s National Security Division. Lisa is now a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Center on Law and Security." Read more >

 

News

  • October 16, 2017

    A View from the CT Foxhole: Lisa Monaco, Former Assistant to President Barack Obama for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism

    "Lisa Monaco served as Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism from March 2013 to the end of the Obama administration. Prior to the White House, Monaco spent 15 years at the Department of Justice, the majority of that time serving as a career federal prosecutor, and in senior management positions in the Justice Department and the FBI. During this period, she served for three years as counsel to and then Chief of Staff at the FBI, helping then Director Robert Mueller transform the FBI after 9/11 into a national security organization focused on preventing terrorist attacks on the United States. From 2011 to 2013, she served as Assistant Attorney General for National Security, the first woman to serve in that position. Monaco is currently a distinguished senior fellow at the Center on Law and Security at the New York University School of Law and a senior national security analyst for CNN. " Read more >
  • October 12, 2017

    CNAS Commentary: Legislative Options to Strengthen JCPOA

    "Washington, October 12 – With President Trump poised to withhold certification that Iran is adhering to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Center for a New American Security (CNAS) Adjunct Senior Fellow and Executive Director of the Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law Zachary Goldman has written a new commentary, “Legislative Options to Strengthen JCPOA.” Read more >
  • October 10, 2017

    DOJ Urges Antitrust ‘Fairness’ in Trade Pact

    "The Department of Justice is working with U.S. officials renegotiating a trade agreement with Mexico and Canada in an effort to ensure that U.S. businesses are treated fairly when it comes to competition enforcement. The renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, a trilateral agreement among the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, is viewed as a potential vehicle to advance model antitrust language that can be used in future international trade deals. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce claims that American businesses are being unfairly targeted by antitrust enforcers in jurisdictions like Europe and Asia." Read more >
  • October 6, 2017

    France Has ‘Champagne,’ Portugal Has ‘Port.’ Should Australia Have ‘Uggs?’

    "LIDCOMBE, Australia — Three decades before Oprah Winfrey ignited a fashion firestorm by promoting the fleecy footwear known as Uggs, a surfer named Corky Carroll packed a pair of something very similar for what would turn out to be a fateful journey.

    Mr. Carroll, a famous surfer in the 1960s and ’70s, discovered the boots while hitting the waves in Australia, where locals used them to keep their feet warm on cold days at the beach. Mr. Carroll brought a pair back with him to California, he said, then asked a friend to send him a hundred to sell on consignment after other surfers began admiring them."

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  • October 4, 2017

    Fear of Federal Debt Has Faded, but Risks Remain

    "WASHINGTON — The federal government learned over the last half-century that it could run up a much larger debt than experts had previously considered prudent or even possible.

    Now, as Republicans push a tax plan that would propel the federal debt to new heights, experts are debating the lessons of that history. Some see evidence that the downside of deficits is greatly overstated; others say the country just hasn’t reached the precipice."

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