Terrorism experts slated to discuss Bush's policy

Five to speak at UB on White House approach

October 21, 2004

Five experts on U.S. terrorism policy will discuss the Bush administration's approach to preventing terrorist acts tonight at the University of Baltimore.

Taking part are Lance Cole, a consultant to the 9/11 commission and professor at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law; Joseph Onek, director of the Liberty and Security Initiative of the Constitution Project and former deputy counsel to the president; Jeffrey Ian Ross, associate professor in UB's Division of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Social Policy, and fellow at the Center for International and Comparative Law; David Schanzer, Democratic staff director to the House of Representatives Homeland Security Commission; and Charles Tiefer, professor of law at UB, and former solicitor and deputy general counsel of the House of Representatives.

The discussion will begin at 6:15 p.m. at the William H. Thumel Sr. building at Charles Street and Mount Royal Avenue. It is free and open to the public.

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