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Reform of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Courts: Introducing a Public Advocate
Considers the legal nature of the office of a public advocate, Article II’s Appointments Clause, and Article III restrictions.
Reform of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Courts: A Brief Overview
Identifies potential legal questions related to a range of Congressional proposals introduced post-§ 215 to alter FISC/FISCR: public advocates, amicus curiae, en banc panels, voting rules, selection of FISC/FISCR judges; ...
Reform of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Courts: Procedural and Operational Changes
Addresses host of bills designed to make procedural and operational changes to FISC including amicus curiae, en banc proceedings, voting rules requiring between 60 and 100% of the judges to concur.