Caroline Lynch was poised to offer special insights when Congress began investigating the unauthorized disclosure of national security documents by contractor Edward Snowden. Lynch, chief counsel to the House Judiciary Committee's subcommittee on crime, terrorism and homeland security, had helped draft amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in 2008 and worked toward its reauthorization last year. That background lent "a certain amount of context and understanding of the law to help advise the members," she said.
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