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"Unveiling Justice: Exploring Anti-Terrorism Litigation in Federal Courts"





When I tell people that I sue terrorists the questions I hear usually include: who do you sue? Do you ever get paid? Do you worry about your safety? How on earth did you end up in that line of work?

 

I sought to address some of these questions in a webinar I taught for the National Academy of Continuing Legal Education a few weeks ago. It’s called Terrorism on Trial: An Overview of Anti-Terrorism Litigation in Federal Courts. Distilling this complex area of law into 75 minutes was a fun challenge (even though I barely scratched the surface).

 

I am grateful to love what I do for a living and was honored to present to an audience of lawyers who wanted to know more about this little-known area of the law.  If you’re interested in learning about it or just need to fulfill your CLE reqs, you can sign up for the recorded webinar here.

INT3200 - Terrorism On Trial: An Overview of Anti-Terrorism Litigation in Federal Courts

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