The SMU Law Faculty Forum is an ongoing series of presentations of works-in-progress by scholars from SMU Dedman School of Law and from law schools around [...]
Over the past decade, the U.S. military has used surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities in support of lethal actions directed against organized criminals. The public [...]
On Tuesday September 30, 2014 I will be participating in an event “Drone Warfare and Constitutional Accountability” at Columbia Law School. In the event I will be presenting excerpts from my paper “Targeted Killing and Accountability.”
On Monday, September 29, 2014 I’ll be discussing the role of the lawyer in advising start-up companies and explaining how regulation impacts innovation. The presentation is entitled “Uber and Driverless Cars- Innovation vs. Regulation.”
“Domestic Drones: FAA Regulations, Privacy, Property, Tort and Other Emergent Issues” sponsored by the Minnesota Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society.
Surveillance Drones On The Homefront – Privacy At Risk? featuring drone expert Professor Gregory S. McNeal
With rapid advances in the field of robotics, the future possibilities seem endless: driverless cars on the roads, police forces using drones for surveillance, wearable technologies that integrate human and machine, and robots in the workplace – all of which raise questions of human acceptance of robotics in everyday life. The development of drones – [...]
I’ll be presenting at Boston College Law School on Tuesday September 9th. The title of my presentation is “Domestic Drones and the First Amendment.” The event will take place at 12:30pm in East Wing 115A and is open to the public.
On Monday, September 8th at 1:00pm I’ll be making a presentation at Boston University School of Law. The title of the presentation is Due Process and the Targeted Killing of American Citizens. The flier for this event appears below.
Greg McNeal is a professor and national security specialist focusing on the institutions and challenges associated with global security, with substantive expertise in national security law and policy, transnational crime, global policy studies, and international affairs.
He teaches at Pepperdine University's School of Law and School of Public Policy.
- The Perils of Militarizing The Fight Against Transnational Organized Crime
- War Against Transnational Organized Crime?
- Drone Warfare And Constitutional Accountability
- Uber and Driverless Cars – Innovation vs. Regulation
- Domestic Drones: FAA Regulations, Privacy, Property, Tort and Other Emergent Issues
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