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2020 NSU Law NSLS Welcome Video

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NSLS

Our purpose is to educate and foster an interest in understanding the legal aspects of national security by sponsoring speakers and programs concerning national security, to assist members in pursuits of their careers in the field of national security, and to contribute to the development of national security through community and philanthropic involvement.

NSLS is committed to bringing speakers and programs relating to national security to the school as well as supporting our community. In the past, NSLS has provided Thanksgiving dinner to veterans and raised money to adopt a kennel of military working dogs in Afghanistan. We plan to continue these philanthropic activities throughout the year. Further, we hope to expand upon the NSLS network in the national security community by bringing to campus professionals from the United States Intelligence, Military and Law Enforcement Communities as well as representatives from academic and policy-making organizations to speak on their experiences as well as potential careers in national security.

We offer a great opportunity to meet and connect with other law students interested in national security law and professionals already working in the field. So, if you are interested in intelligence activities, counter-terrorism, classified information, electronic intercepts, or related issues, then this is the group for you.  NSLS Constitution

2021-2022 Executive Board

Executive Board
Samantha Brown President
Vice President
Alfred Marten Treasurer
Secretary
Kristen Lukas 4L Representative
3L Representative
Evening Class Representative
Soika Sung 2L Representative
1L Representative

Faculty Advisors

Faculty Advisor
Elena Marty-Nelson Associate Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, and Public Impact & Professor of Law
Vicenç Feliú Associate Dean for Library Services & Professor of Law
Randolph Braccialarghe Professor of Law
James Wilets Professor of Law
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