We are junior scholars specializing in national security law (broadly understood) who share a belief in and commitment to reasoned analysis and debate. We do not agree on everything, but we’ve found that after discussing and debating matters, we’re often less far apart than we thought. In that spirit, our goal is to create a blog that presents a diverse set of views about national security law matters where arguments can be made and rebutted in a collegial and informative atmosphere. We also hope to engender a greater sense of community and mutual awareness in the field by highlighting forthcoming scholarship, upcoming events, and the like.
Bobby Chesney is an Associate Professor of Law at Wake Forest University School of Law, where he teaches courses including National Security Law and Constitutional Law.
Steve Vladeck is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Miami, where he teaches courses including federal courts, national security law, civil procedure, and constitutional law.
Tung Yin is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Iowa. He teaches Constitutional Law, Corporate Crimes, Federal Courts, and National Security Law.