Professor William C. Banks Publishes 2021-2022 National Security Law/Counterterrorism Law Supplement
Along with his co-authors, Professor Emeritus William C. Banks has published the 2021-2022 Supplement to his essential casebooks National Security Law (7th ed., Wolters Kluwer) and Counterterrorism Law (4th ed., Wolters Kluwer).
The 2021–2022 Supplement will help students and teachers stay up to date with national security and counterterrorism developments during the coming academic year. By including the most important recent cases, legislation, and executive branch actions, the new Supplement also underscores the critical work that lawyers do to keep this nation both safe and free.
The Supplement is co-authored by Stephen Dycus, Emily Berman, Peter Raven-Hansen, and Stephen I. Vladeck.
Recent developments addressed in the 2021-2022 Supplement include:
- Legal issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic
- Fallout from the Mueller Report
- US–Mexico border wall, emergencies, and related issues
- Extraterritoriality and cross-border shootings
- Russian interference in US elections
- Congressional access to Executive Branch information
- Anti-Riot Act prosecutions and domestic terrorism
- The January 6 attack on the US Capitol
- The next generation of Guantánamo litigation