Explore Emerging Career Options at the Homeland Security Law Institute

Vol. 39 No. 6


Ten years ago, the 9/11 terrorist attacks reshaped American life. In 2005, the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice founded the Homeland Security Law Institute (HSLI), a two-day event bringing together a variety of homeland security lawyers. Over the first five years, HLSI has grown to include 90 speakers and 350 attendees, representing federal, state, and local governments (40 percent), private corporations (30 percent), and private law firms (30 percent). Past speakers have included U.S. Department of Homeland Security secretary Tom Ridge, Oklahoma governor Frank Keating, New York Police Department commissioner Raymond Kelly, and other senior cabinet agency officials.

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