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  • 11/17/2016 - IALI/Chaddick lunch lecture analyzes active shooter situations

    DePaul University's Sixth Annual International Aviation Law Institute and Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development Lunch Lecture explored the importance of planning for active shooter situations, particularly in high-traffic transportation areas such as airports. Supervisory Special Agent Katherine Schweit of the FBI's Active Shooter Initiative and the senior executive...
  • 10/25/2016 - DePaul Law to co-host discussion on airline security

    DePaul University College of Law's International Aviation Law Institute and the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences' Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development will host their sixth annual lunch lecture, “Targeted Violence & Security Issues: Implications for Airport Planning.” Increase in global terrorism threats have required airports, rail and bus systems across the...
  • 07/20/2016 - Professor Fox addresses world transport conference

    Dr. Sarah Jane Fox, the International Aviation Law Institute's (IALI) 2015-2016 Fulbright Scholar, made two presentations at the 14th World Conference on Transport Research held July 10 to 16, 2016,  in Shanghai, China. At the airlines program, Dr. Fox presented an overview of her research work for IALI, summarizing and providing illustrations from the four papers she...
  • 05/17/2016 - IALI Fulbright Scholar addresses cyber security at world summit

    The effect of cyber threats and cyber-terrorism on aviation was the theme of Sarah Jane Fox's presentation at the World Summit on the Information Society (​WSIS) Forum 2016, held May 2 to 6 in Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Fox, the International Aviation Law Institute​'s 2015-16 Fulbright Scholar, reiterated the vulnerability of civil aviation, in particular, to...
  • 05/15/2016 - Former State Department official Byerly lectures on aviation policy

    The International Aviation Law Institute​ once again welcomed John R. Byerly, the State Department's longest-serving deputy assistant secretary for transportation affairs, as its scholar-in-residence in April. Byerly served as guest lecturer for the Public International Aviation Law and Policy course, and led a lively student discussion about the application and interpretation of...