Stanford Club Invites Faculty, Staff and Students to Panel Discussion on Terrorism

On Thursday, May 23, the Stanford Club of Utah will host a panel discussion, “The Future: Terrorism and Law Enforcement,” at the Commander’s House at Fort Douglas, 1965 Trobriand Street in Salt Lake City. All College of Law faculty, staff and students are invited.  A suggested donation of $15 is requested at the door.

Panelists include General Brian Tarbet (ret.), Utah National Guard; Chris Burbank, Chief of Police, Salt Lake City; Brian Jenkins, authority on terrorism; and Pat Shea ’70, lawyer and biology professor, chair.

Since 9/11 several trillion dollars have been spent to make our homeland secure. The panel will focus on whether this expenditure has succeeded and what measures might be necessary and prudent in the future.

A piece Brian Jenkins wrote on Iraq is HERE. Jenkins is a senior adviser to the president of the RAND Corporation and author of numerous books, reports, and articles on terrorism-related topics. National security is one aspect of the RAND Corporation’s mission of research and analysis to improve policy and decision-making.

Light refreshments served.  Please RSVP to Tay Haines.  Click here for directions and parking.