American Bar Association
 
Section of International Law: National Security Committee

Section of International Law:
National Security Committee

About the Committee

National Security Committee members examine political, military, economic, social, legal and naturally occurring events throughout the world and evaluate how they affect the security interests of the United States and other nations. Members analyze these events, and responses of decision-makers, in the context of the rule of law. Members are active in the areas of intelligence, immigration, cybersecurity, asymmetrical warfare, supply chain security, nuclear non-proliferation, space weaponization, international governing bodies such as the UN and NATO, and in various geographic regions worldwide. Members produce programs for regular ABA International Section meetings and other venues, including the United Nations and Capitol Hill, publish articles and promulgate policy proposals regarding national security topics.



Committee Programs, Meetings and Events

Committee Events

National Security Committee Monthly Teleconference

April 25, 2018

Dear Colleagues:

This is an invitation to our next ABA SIL National Security Committee call: Wednesday, April 25, 2018, at 3 pm EST.

We will follow the same format established last year, starting with a guest speaker for about a half-hour of presentation and questions. The usual rules apply: No recordings; no attribution; no speeches by participants instead of questions.

We will finish the hour with any announcements, followed by the steering committee business discussion (open to all).

The speaker at this next monthly call will be Nelson Cunningham, President of McLarty Associates addressing "Trade Wars and the death of the rules-based international order”.

Call in coordinates are as follows:

COMMITTEE TELECONFERENCE INFORMATION
US DIAL-IN NUMBER: 515.604.9050
ACCESS CODE: 526900
INTERNATIONAL LOCAL-TOLL DIAL-IN NUMBERS:
HTTPS://WWW.FREECONFERENCECALL.COM/WALL/SIL_NATSEC/#INTERNATIONAL

When you are dialing into the US number, if you receive a message saying “All circuits are busy”, try dialing in again. If that doesn’t work, call the backup number 781-838-3391 and enter the original phone number when prompted, before entering the Access Code.

Philip O'Neill
Chair, National Security Committee, American Bar Association, Section of International Law

 
Section Events

    Challenging the Perception of Risk in Africa

    05/21/2018-05/22/2018

    Online registration is now closed. You can register for the conference onsite at the Radisson beginning at 8am local time Monday, May

    The New Tax Act for Foreign Businesses With U.S. Activities

    05/23/2018-05/23/2018

    Unlike many programs that others are conducting on the new Tax Act, this program will focus on the inbound provisions. Attorneys whose foreign business clients have U.S. activities must understand these rules to properly advise their clients. These inbound rules will focus on the Base Erosion Anti-Abuse ...

    The New Handshake: Online Dispute Resolution and the Future of Consumer Protection

    05/29/2018-05/29/2018

    The event will be held on 05/29/2018. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are ABACLE,Section of Dispute Resolution,Law Practice Division,Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division,Section of International Law,Division for Public Services. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .

Past Committee Programs

A collection of materials from past Committee-sponsored events.
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Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Lindholm, Danielle
O'Neill, Philip
Trujillo, Maximiliano

Vice-Chairs:

Atwood, Tristan
Christensen, Larry
Goodale, Geoffrey
Liebman, Todd
Linney, Barbara
McGlynn, Daniel
McHugh, Robert
Meyer, Jonathan
Murphy, Brian
Neylan, Shawn
Petty, Keith
Prestia, Joseph
Provvidera, Marco
Quinlan, Guy
Vallandingham, Christopher
Weinstein, Bonnie

Advisors:

Buckley, Gabrielle
Golden, Jeffrey
Granoff, Jonathan
Mooney, Lelia
Reider-Gordon, Mikhail

Committee Roster  

Modified by Christopher Vallandingham on April 24, 2018

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