Curriculum Guide · Courses
Cyber and National Security: Current Issues Seminar
Professor Mary DeRosa
J.D. Seminar 1127 (cross-listed) | 2 credit hours
The goal of this seminar is to introduce students to the complex legal and policy questions that national security decision-makers face in their efforts to protect vulnerable public and private computer and communications networks from intrusion and attack. The course also addresses law and policy related to use of those networks to carry out military and intelligence operations. The course will focus primarily on United States law and policy, but many of the issues apply more broadly to others governments and international actors.
Recommended: International Law and/or national security related course.
Special Note for LL.M. Students: During preregistration, enrollment in the LAWG section of this course is limited to LL.M. students in the National Security Law degree program. All other LL.M. students will have the opportunity to enroll or add themselves to the waitlist for this course during add/drop.