May 17, 2019

Experts to discuss ‘U.S. Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook 2019 Edition’ at ABA event

WASHINGTON, May 17, 2019 — The American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security and the National Security Institute at George Mason School of Law will host an afternoon panel discussion and reception exploring the milestones of intelligence law and oversight since the publication of the Standing Committee’s first “U.S. Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook a decade ago. The panel discussion and reception will be from 3:30-5:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 22, at the University Club in Washington, D.C.

What:
“The U.S. Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook 2019 Edition” panel discussionSponsored by the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security and the National Security Institute at George Mason University Scalia School of Law 

When:
Wednesday, May 22 
3:30-5:30 p.m. ET

Where:
University Club
1135 16th St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20036

Co-editors of “The U.S. Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook 2019 Edition: A Compendium of National Security Related Laws and Policy Documents,” Harvey Rishikof, chair of the ABA Advisory Committee on Law and National Security, and Andrew Borene, senior fellow at the National Security Institute, will join panelists Elisa Poteat, DOJ National Security Division, and Megan Stifel, National Security Institute visiting fellow, in a panel discussion. Cynthia Ryan, chair of the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security, will deliver opening remarks. The group will discuss such issues as the digitization of intelligence, the increased focus on import and export controls and how the intelligence community can rebuild public trust.

There is no charge for media covering this event. To register, please contact Jennifer Kildee at 202-662-1732 or Jennifer.Kildee@americanbar.org.

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