Cybersecurity, Intelligence, and National Security LL.M. students have a wide range of opportunities to get involved on campus, including engaging, networking, and working alongside experts in government and industry, and attending unique programming.
Additionally, the National Security Institute (NSI) at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School is dedicated to educating students and finding real-world answers to national security law and policy questions. Through NSI, students have unparalleled access to national security experts in the federal government and the private sector, including a group of over 100 highly distinguished current and former national security policymakers and industry leaders who make up NSI’s Advisory Board, Faculty, and Fellows.
NSI also offers students research and writing opportunities, the chance to study with a Supreme Court Justice in Italy for the summer, on-campus national security related programming, internship and externships with leading employers, and other professional networking opportunities with lawyers working in the cyber, intelligence and national security communities.