J.B. Moore Symposium to Examine Legal Issues Surrounding War on Terror

Experts and scholars will explore the struggle by U.S. policymakers to craft an effective legal response to the threat of terrorism during the annual J.B. Moore Society of International Law symposium on Friday, Feb. 23. Co-sponsored with the Miller Center of Public Affairs and the Center for National Security Law, “International Law at a Crossroads: The U.S. Interpretation of International Law in the Global War on Terror” will analyze how the United States has adapted to or strained international law norms since 9/11.