Defending the Homeland within the Boundaries of the Law: Developing Coordinated Responses to Terrorism-- Watch a live web cast of the groundbreaking counter-terrorism simulation on October 23 starting at 8:30 a.m. Then attend the panel discussions in the afternoon in the Wynne Courtroom. CLE credit available for attending panel discussions.
October 23, 2009
Defending the Homeland within the Boundaries of the Law: Developing Coordinated Responses to Terrorism
CLE: 2.5 Hours
Speaker: Experts in the field of counter-terrorism
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Location: Wynne Courtroom
Following the Counter-Terrorism Simulation October 23, 2009, panel discussions will be held in the Wynne Courtroom. Experts in the field of counter-terrorism will discuss topics related to Defending the Homeland within the Boundaries of the Law and Developing Coordinated Responses to Terrorism. This event will be the conclusion of the counter-terrorism simulation exercise being conducted on the morning of October 23, 2009. Visit the simulation web site for more details (live web coverage allows viewers to follow the action as it unfolds). Simulation web site
2.5 Hours of CLE credit available.
Panel I: Evaluating the Simulation: Dilemmas of Decision-Making
Lt. Col. (Res.) David Benjamin, Advocate, Israel Defense Forces; Gilbert L. Holmes, Director, ACLU Indiana; Mike German, Policy Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office; Kai M.Lohse, Senior Public Prosecutor, Federal Public Prosecutor General, Karlsruhe, Germany; Bert Tussing, Director, Homeland Defense and Security Issues Group, U.S. Army War College's Center for Strategic Leadership; Jim White, Clinical Lecturer, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Panel II: Looking Forward: Improving National Security
Jeffrey F. Addicott, Distinguished Professor of Law and Director, Center for Terrorism Law, St. Mary's University School of Law; Professor Shawn Boyne, Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis; Dr. William A. Foley, Jr., Lecturer, Public Safety and Executive Education, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs; Michael S. Welch, Special Agent in Charge, Indianapolis Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation.
2.5 hours of CLE credit available (pending approval)
Parking available for a nominal fee in the Natatorium Garage