Security Law

The law relating to national, human, and organizational security, including national security legislation, security of the person, economic security, political security, privacy, and cybersecurity. Faculty members are currently conducting research in areas that include cybersecurity law, the concept of the reasonable expectation of privacy, a privacy tort for the digital age, and proposed national security legislation.

Our Researchers

Greg Hagen

Greg Hagen

  • Ethical and legal issues concerning synthetic biology
  • Legal and political philosophy
  • Philosophy of science
  • Science policy

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Ian Holloway

Ian Holloway

  • Administrative Law
  • Legal History

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Emily Laidlaw

Emily Laidlaw

  • Information Technology Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Media Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Corporate Social Responsibility

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Michael Nesbitt

Michael Nesbitt

  • Criminal Law
  • National Security Law

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