Amos Guiora, a professor at the S.J. Quinney College of Law and counterterrorism expert, recently published a new textbook, Fundamentals of Counterrorism (Aspen). According to the publisher’s description, the book “addresses the multiple issues surrounding counterterrorism from a legal and policy perspective with a comparative international focus.”
Guiora, who frequently lectures on security-related topics, has also attracted media attention for his recent proposal to establish a domestic terror court.
To read a mention of Guiora in a blog authored by Andrew Sullivan of The Atlantic Monthly, click here:
To read a description of Guiora’s proposal in the Christian Science Monitor, click here: