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Illicit Trafficking Discussed at National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review Annual Symposium
Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Panelists and moderators with Dean Patricia White at the NSAC Symposium

As the gateway to Latin America, Miami sees tremendous amounts of people and products move through it every year, much of it transferred...

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Miami Law to Host Conference Examining Illicit Trafficking and National Security
Monday, February 17, 2014

Miami Law’s National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review will host the innovative and highly relevant symposium, “Illicit Trafficking and National Security,” on February 28, 2014.

The Symposium will focus on the evolution...

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How to Respond to Cyber Espionage, Corporate Computer Attacks and Other Acts of Online Crime? Experts Weigh Options
Friday, April 26, 2013

Professor Markus Wagner, Tricia Robinson, Major Michael McFerron, retired U.S. Air Force Major General Charles Dunlap, Justin Levine, outgoing Editor-in-Chief, and Corey Gray, incoming Editor-in-Chief. (Photo: Catharine Skipp/...

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Cyber Warfare and Internet's Role in Conflicts and Political Unrest to Be Addressed at National Security Symposium
Monday, March 25, 2013

Miami Law's National Security and Armed Conflict Law Review will host a panel discussion titled "The Internet and Armed Conflict" on April 12 at the Storer Auditoriumon the university's Coral Gables campus. The panelists will be Miami Law...

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Child Soldiers and the Law: A Discussion
Tuesday, March 6, 2012

If you assume that the quintessential child soldier is a barefoot, 10-year-old African boy with an assault rifle, you might be on the wrong track.

An audience that attended the inaugural symposium of the National Security and Armed...

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