Throughout its fifty-year history, the American Bar Association (ABA) Standing Committee on Law and National Security (SCOLANS) has strived to address the most important national security law issues and advance understanding among members of the bar and the public. In recent years, SCOLANS has recognized the importance of educating the next generation of lawyers to advise clients concerning national security law, including tensions between security and liberty, and anticipate problems on the horizon. The Journal of National Security Law & Policy (founded with support from SCOLANS) aims to advance the conversation on national security law and policy education and is launching a series that will focus on national security teaching and curricula.
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