National Security Law Center

National Security Law Center

National Security Law Center

National Security Law Center

Courses and Seminars

The following is a list of courses offered/scheduled to be offered during 2018-21. Numbers in parentheses indicate which academic year(s) the courses were offered, i.e., 2018-19 is coded (19), 2019-20 is coded (20) and 2020-21 is coded (21). (SC) stands for short course and (YR) stands for yearlong. 

Admiralty (SC) (19,20)
An American Half-Century (19,20,21)
Building the Rule of Law (SC) (19)
Contemporary Practice of the U.S. Relating to International Law (YR) (21)
Current Issues in the Laws of War (SC) (20)
European Union Law (19)
Federal Criminal Law Beyond U.S. Borders (19)
Foreign Relations Law (19,21)
Globalization and Private Dispute Resolution (SC) (19)
Government Secrecy (20,21)
International Arbitration (19,20)
International Human Rights Law (19,20,21)
International Law (19,20,21)
International Law and the Use of Force (20,21)
International Law of Migration and Refugees (20)
Law and International Politics Seminar (20)
Law of Armed Conflict (19,20,21)
Legal and Policy Issues of the Indochina War (19)
National Security Law (19,20,21)
National Security Law and Practice (SC) (20,21)
National Security, Human Rights and the Courts (SC) (19)
Populism and the Rule of Law (21)
Presidential Powers (19,20,21)
Rule of Law and Threats to It (21)
Sanctions and Boycotts (SC) (20)
Sovereignty, the Rule of Law and Emergency Rule (20)
U.S. Refugee and Asylum Law Seminar (19)
World War I (19)

Thomas Nachbar teaches Innovation in the Public Interest