Counter-Terrorism Post 9/11This class will examine counter-terrorism in a post-9/11 world. It will look into the laws, regulations, practices, tactics, techniques and strategies that are employed by governments, law enforcement and the financial community in order to prevent terrorism. It will also provide a comprehensive review of how terrorist acts since 9/11 have been addressed. The evolution of the laws and regulations applicable to detecting and prosecuting terrorism will be reviewed, including an in-depth analysis of the applicable sections of the Patriot Act. The course also addresses the role of lawyers, financial institutions and law enforcement in the process of trying to detect and prosecute terrorism and terrorist financing.
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|McAvoy, Annemarie P.||Spring 2011|