Mar 11 Thu
2021

NatSec Brown Bags

12:00PM - 01:00PM Washington College of Law

We are excited to announce TLS’ new student-focused initiative, NatSec Brown Bags, with TLS Scholars-in-Residence Corin Stone and Alex Joel, and others from the TLS team.

Are you interested in national security but don’t know much about it? Do you want to work in the Intelligence Community but aren’t sure how to apply? Do you just want to chat about current legal developments related to national security? 

Come join TLS national security professionals for a monthly informal chat about NatSec issues that span the Intelligence Community, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Department of Defense, the US Government, privacy, and current events. We’ll answer your questions and provide thoughts on job opportunities, work-life balance, and more. No stress, just fun!

Who: Any WCL student – no need to have taken a national security class or have any background in natsec – just need to be interested!

When: Second Thursday of every month, 12-1pm. BYO lunch!

             [Nov 12, Dec 10, Jan 14, etc…]

Why: To give students an informal opportunity to chat with seasoned national security professionals about national security careers and other topics. To provide a better understanding of the US government’s national security agencies, roles, policies, and issues in an informal setting. To provide the opportunity for students to ask questions and get informal advice and mentoring, even if not taking a NatSec course.

  • Information Session
  • Open To Students
Apr 08 Thu
2021

NatSec Brown Bags

12:00PM - 01:00PM Washington College of Law

We are excited to announce TLS’ new student-focused initiative, NatSec Brown Bags, with TLS Scholars-in-Residence Corin Stone and Alex Joel, and others from the TLS team.

Are you interested in national security but don’t know much about it? Do you want to work in the Intelligence Community but aren’t sure how to apply? Do you just want to chat about current legal developments related to national security? 

Come join TLS national security professionals for a monthly informal chat about NatSec issues that span the Intelligence Community, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Department of Defense, the US Government, privacy, and current events. We’ll answer your questions and provide thoughts on job opportunities, work-life balance, and more. No stress, just fun!

Who: Any WCL student – no need to have taken a national security class or have any background in natsec – just need to be interested!

When: Second Thursday of every month, 12-1pm. BYO lunch!

             [Nov 12, Dec 10, Jan 14, etc…]

Why: To give students an informal opportunity to chat with seasoned national security professionals about national security careers and other topics. To provide a better understanding of the US government’s national security agencies, roles, policies, and issues in an informal setting. To provide the opportunity for students to ask questions and get informal advice and mentoring, even if not taking a NatSec course.

  • Information Session
  • Open To Students
May 13 Thu
2021

NatSec Brown Bags

12:00PM - 01:00PM Washington College of Law

We are excited to announce TLS’ new student-focused initiative, NatSec Brown Bags, with TLS Scholars-in-Residence Corin Stone and Alex Joel, and others from the TLS team.

Are you interested in national security but don’t know much about it? Do you want to work in the Intelligence Community but aren’t sure how to apply? Do you just want to chat about current legal developments related to national security? 

Come join TLS national security professionals for a monthly informal chat about NatSec issues that span the Intelligence Community, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Department of Defense, the US Government, privacy, and current events. We’ll answer your questions and provide thoughts on job opportunities, work-life balance, and more. No stress, just fun!

Who: Any WCL student – no need to have taken a national security class or have any background in natsec – just need to be interested!

When: Second Thursday of every month, 12-1pm. BYO lunch!

             [Nov 12, Dec 10, Jan 14, etc…]

Why: To give students an informal opportunity to chat with seasoned national security professionals about national security careers and other topics. To provide a better understanding of the US government’s national security agencies, roles, policies, and issues in an informal setting. To provide the opportunity for students to ask questions and get informal advice and mentoring, even if not taking a NatSec course.

  • Information Session
  • Open To Students
Jun 10 Thu
2021

NatSec Brown Bags

12:00PM - 01:00PM Washington College of Law

We are excited to announce TLS’ new student-focused initiative, NatSec Brown Bags, with TLS Scholars-in-Residence Corin Stone and Alex Joel, and others from the TLS team.

Are you interested in national security but don’t know much about it? Do you want to work in the Intelligence Community but aren’t sure how to apply? Do you just want to chat about current legal developments related to national security? 

Come join TLS national security professionals for a monthly informal chat about NatSec issues that span the Intelligence Community, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Department of Defense, the US Government, privacy, and current events. We’ll answer your questions and provide thoughts on job opportunities, work-life balance, and more. No stress, just fun!

Who: Any WCL student – no need to have taken a national security class or have any background in natsec – just need to be interested!

When: Second Thursday of every month, 12-1pm. BYO lunch!

             [Nov 12, Dec 10, Jan 14, etc…]

Why: To give students an informal opportunity to chat with seasoned national security professionals about national security careers and other topics. To provide a better understanding of the US government’s national security agencies, roles, policies, and issues in an informal setting. To provide the opportunity for students to ask questions and get informal advice and mentoring, even if not taking a NatSec course.

  • Information Session
  • Open To Students