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Prof. Robinson discusses the impact of the Paris attacks on security policy in Europe 

November 19, 2015

Professor Paul H. Robinson spoke about the legal structures necessary to interdict foreign terrorist fighters, the impact of the Paris attacks on security policy in Europe, and the balance between security and civil liberties.


Professor Robinson’s students honored by U.S. military for their work on interdicting foreign terrorist fighters 

May 26, 2015

Six students in Robinson’s spring course, “Using Law to Interdict Foreign Terrorist Fighters” received an official commendation recognizing their work helping the United States stop foreign terrorist fighters.


Prof. Robinson and Criminal Law Research Group use foreign prosecutions to stop terrorists 

November 3, 2014

Penn Law’s Criminal Law Research Group, led by Professor Paul H. Robinson, is working with the U.S. military’s Special Operations Command-Pacific (SOCPAC) to determine how foreign criminal law can be used to interdict foreign terrorist fighters.