LTC Chris Jacobs discusses the legality of strikes on North Korea at the Modern War Institute, Fall 2017
Shane Reeves, "International Rules of Engagement for
Cyberwarfare," Journal for Law and Cyber Warfare Symposium, New York University (Oct. 18, 2018).
Shane Reeves, "A Discussion on Cyber Warfare and International
Law," Cyber Security Summit, University of California- Davis (Oct. 16, 2018).
Shane Reeves, "Operation Inherent Resolve and the
Law Relating to Self-Defense, Russian and Iranian Intervention in Syria and
Turkish Intervention against Syrian Kurds and the International Law on the Use
of Force," and "Air Power: Uses, Effectiveness and Limitations in the
Campaignt against ISIS and the Law of Targeting and Its Application in the
Aerial Campaign against ISIS," Netherlands Defence Academy (Sep. 26-27, 2018).
Shane Reeves, "Cybersecurity and its Functions in the Law," 9th Federal Judge's Association Quadrennial Conference (May 8, 2018).
Tim Bakken, "Reforming the Adversarial System and Freeing Innocent People," University of Oxford, Redesigning Justice: Promoting Civil Rights, Trust and Fairness conference (March 21, 2018).
Winston Williams, "African American in Times of War," The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School (Feb. 27, 2018).
Shane Reeves, "War in Cities," Brigham Young University Law School conference (Feb. 14-16, 2018).
Shane Reeves, "How Contemporary Challenges are Affecting the Military Necessity-Humanity Balance: Are We Reaching a Tipping Point?", Columbia Law School (Nov. 15, 2017).
Shane Reeves, "Looking Back on a Decade of LOAC Implementation: Challenges Faced and Lessons Learned," Emory School of Law International Humanitarian Law Clinic (Nov. 10, 2017).
Mark Visger, "Law Enforcement and Cyber Security," Albany Law School, Cybersecurity and the Law Panel (Oct. 20, 2017).
Mark Visger, "What Constitutes an Act of War in Cyberspace," Moderator for the Journal of Law and Cyberwarfare Panel at Cardozo Law School (Nov. 9, 2017).