Academic journal article Emory Law Journal

Foreword

Academic journal article Emory Law Journal

Foreword

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On February 11, 2016, the Emory Law Journal hosted the 2016 Randolph W. Thrower Symposium, entitled Redefined National Security Threats: Tensions and Legal Implications. In light of recent global events, the panelists explored a vast array of issues and threats confronting our nation in the twentyfirst century. These topics include cybersecurity, applicable law doctrines, corporate responsibility, new technologies and their effects on national security, immigration, domestic terrorism, and cross-border security. The breadth of these topics demonstrated the need for organized and thoughtful discussion. This issue of the Emory Law Journal aims to further explore the diverse opinions and approaches expressed throughout the Symposium.

The Emory Law Journal would like to thank everyone who made this Symposium possible. In particular, the Journal would like to thank the Thrower family and the Thrower Committee for their continued generosity and support. We would also like to thank our keynote speaker, Professor Harold Koh, along with the other panelists and moderators who traveled to Emory to participate in the Symposium and share their insights. …

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