NATIONAL SECURITY & SEPARATION OF POWERS
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE NEIL M. GORSUCH
SUMMER 2021 SESSION – Padua, Italy
July 19-30, 2021
About the Program:
The National Security Institute at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School is hosting its fourth national security summer program. The program will take place Summer 2021 and will feature courses taught by Justice Neil M. Gorsuch of the United States Supreme Court and Professor Jamil N. Jaffer.
Students will learn about the historical roots and the modern application of the separation of powers in the national security context in two courses awarding a total of 2 credits:
Interbranch Conflicts in National Security: War, Intelligence, and Negotiations
Separation of Powers
Justice Gorsuch will teach Separation of Powers and Professor Jaffer will teach Interbranch Conflicts in National Security: War, Intelligence, and Negotiations. The separation of powers course will examine the philosophical doctrines underlying the American approach to our system of governance, the constitutional pedigree of the separation of powers, and the understanding of such separation by the framers, as well the application of separation of powers principles in the modern era, including in the administrative state and national security contexts. The interbranch conflicts course will analyze three-to-four case studies of conflicts between Congress and the President in national security, including disputes over war-making, surveillance and other counterterrorism efforts, and international agreements.
Cost of the Program:
Tuition: In-State: $1,812; Out-of-State: $2,910
Non-Tuition Costs: $3,360 (Includes round-trip airfare, transportation to and from the airport, daily meals, and single-occupancy lodging.)
NSI is also able to provide a number of merit-based scholarships to help students with tuition assistance, as well as to supplement travel and other expenses.
**Please note, discretionary travel, lodging, shopping, and other incidental expenses are not included. Additionally, the above costs are estimates and are subject to change.**
More information will be posted soon regarding the program application. If you have any immediate questions, please contact email@example.com.
Application deadline: January 31, 2021 at 11:59 PM ET
Information Session: January 26, 2021 at 12 p.m. ET via Zoom
Session 1: December 17, 2020 at 4 p.m. ET via Zoom
Please note, the summer program will be subject to federal, state, and George Mason University COVID-19 guidelines. As such, the program’s destination may change.