Tag Archives: Nicholas Esser

In The Absence of Sovereignty, How Will ISIS Be Held Accountable For Their Crimes?

Anthony Moreland – At the height of the Syrian civil war in 2013, the small forsaken group, ISI, now known as ISIS, was able to cross the border from Iraq to Syria without attracting attention. There, they spread their message to other disaffected Sunnis. Their movement is believed to have been so effective because, after “the […]

Your Home is Your Castle, but the Walls Are Becoming Thinner: New Radar Enables Law Enforcement to see into Your Home

Stephanie Rosendorf – The debate over law enforcement surveillance is nothing new, but with the ever-increasing sophistication of technology, where does one draw the line? The Supreme Court ruled in 2001 in Kyllo v. United States that law enforcement must obtain a warrant in order to use evidence obtained by using thermal energy to monitor the […]

Can The Practice Of Mindfulness & Staying In The Moment Help Soldiers Eliminate The Negative Effects Of Stress?

Anthony Moreland – As society continues to explore healthier living habits such as foregoing medications and moving towards holistic stress management, the Army Study Program Management Office has begun their own research to implement programs like mindfulness, and tai chi for the benefit of soldier’s mental, physical health and overall military readiness. It is widely […]

NSAC 2014 Symposium

    The National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review’s 2014 Symposium is coming up this Friday, November 14th, 2014. This event will be held at the Student Activities Center located on the University of Miami Coral Gables Campus (1311 Miller Rd, Coral Gables, FL 33146). A schedule of events follows:   1:00 PM         Welcome […]