The National Security Law Journal is a student-edited legal periodical which publishes insightful scholarship on pressing matters that further the dynamic field of national security law, including topics relating to foreign affairs, intelligence, homeland security, and national defense.
Scalia Law’s M-VETS Clinic offers students the chance to work directly with—and on behalf of—the men and women of our armed forces and enables students to represent service members, veterans, and dependent family members in litigation and non-litigation matters.
NSI’s Technologist Fellowship brings together technologists interested in actively engaging in national security and cyber policymaking.
The curriculum will provide Fellows with the core tools needed to effectively engage policymakers in both the legislative and executive branches. The goal of the Fellowship is to enhance technologists’ ability to influence the larger policy community and thereby inject more direct technology-related expertise into the national security and cyber policy processes.