The National Security Law Journal's mission is to publish innovative, thought-provoking articles focused on the field of national security law. The National Security Law Journal serves as an outlet for the experience and interests of George Mason law students, including students who are undertaking the Homeland & National Security Law concentration. The journal looks for talented, dedicated members to drive its innovative spirit. Members of the journal may be involved in soliciting and identifying target articles, researching and editing, planning for and managing symposium tasks, budget planning, and perpetuation planning. At the end of each spring semester, all Mason Law 1D, 1E, 2D, 2E and 3Es in good academic standing are eligible and are encouraged to apply to become members.
Editor-in-Chief: Chelsea Smith
Executive Editor: Alexandra Diaz
Managing Editor: Richard Sterns
Symposium Editor: Alexis Wilhelmi
Symposium Editor: Regan Whitehair