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National Security Law Association

Faculty Advisor: John Dehn

2014/2015 Executive Board:

President: Erin Grudzinski

Vice President: Kelcy Whitaker

Operations Chair: Lauren Kus

Student Affairs Chair: Jason Cerecedes

Professional Development Chair: Kenneth Nolan

Vice-President of Professional Development: Kaitlin Lemmo (klemmo@luc.edu) and Kelcy Whitaker (kwhitaker@luc.edu)

The National Security Law Association is a group dedicated to facilitating the career aspirations of those students interested in national security and law enforcement. Contemporary events continue to emphasize the importance of security for the United States, its citizens, its economy, and the free world at large. Careers in the field of national security and law enforcement are among the most important and demanding available. Often they are difficult to come by, however, and entering the field during law school can be a frustrating process. Those students willing to dedicate their time, and often sacrifice higher salaries, to protect their neighbors and bring the world's most dangerous criminals to justice must be afforded every opportunity to participate in this endeavor. It is the NSLA's mission to facilitate this process.

The NSLA's objectives are:

Any and all students interested in, or simply curious about, the field of national security should feel welcome to attend NSLA events or to contact NSLA officers regarding interest in membership. LUC Law and the neighboring Chicago law schools generate some of the world’s best and brightest. It is our hope that all those who wish to serve and protect the free world be given the opportunity.

If you would like to learn more or would like help in pursuing positions in the field of security or law enforcement, please feel free to contact any of the officers listed at the top of this page.

Please see the National Security Law Association TWEN page!

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