Tuesday at Georgetown Law: “Unpacking the Trump-Russia Investigations”

October 13, 2017 —

WASHINGTON – Tuesday, at Georgetown Law, our Center on National Security and the Law hosts “Unpacking the Trump-Russia Investigations.”


Investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential and connections to the Trump campaign have dominated the news -- but where are they all heading? A panel of experts will discuss the potentially dramatic Constitutional implications of five separate investigations. Join them to unpack the special counsel and congressional investigations and what's at stake for American democracy and the rule of law.


M. Tia Johnson (moderator)
Distinguished Lecturer from Government, Georgetown Law
Fellow, Center on National Security and the Law, Georgetown Law
Former Assistant Secretary of Legislative Affairs, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Carol Elder Bruce 
Partner, Murphy & McGonigle P.C.
Former Independent Counsel, investigation of matters concerning Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt
Former Deputy Independent Counsel, investigation of matters concerning Attorney General Edwin Meese

Mieke Eoyang 
Vice President for the National Security Program, Third Way
Former Subcommittee Staff Director on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence 

Adam Entous 
National Security Reporter, The Washington Post


Tuesday, October 17, 2017
3:30 – 5:00 p.m. EDT


Georgetown University Law Center
Faculty Dining Room (Hotung Building)
550 1st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001


Media are welcome and asked to RSVP to

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