Summer Program: National Security & Separation of Powers
NSI hosts an annual overseas summer program that features courses co-taught by Justice Neil M. Gorsuch of the United States
National Security Law and Policy Program
NSI’s National Security Law & Policy Program includes a range of educational opportunities for students, including Scalia Law’s National Security Law & Policy Concentration and the student-run National Security Law Journal.
National Security Technologist Fellowship
NSI’s Technologist Fellowship is a year long program which brings together technologists interested in actively engaging in national security and technology policymaking. 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 policymaking processes.
LL.M. in Cyber, Intelligence & National Security Law
The LL.M. in Cyber, Intelligence & National Security Law prepares graduates with the expertise to navigate the emerging policy, legal, and constitutional issues that are specific to cyber, intelligence, and national security law. Students will learn to address issues such as the legal underpinnings for foreign policy and national security decision-making, the legal and policy issues related to the use of military and intelligence capabilities, and legal authorities and obligations of the government and the private sector with respect to cybersecurity.