Georgetown has a wealth of resources and opportunities to learn about national security law. The Center serves as a hub of national security law on campus, but there is so much more.

On the Law Campus, the Human Rights Institute routinely focuses on national security issues. For students interested in the immigration aspects of national security law, look at the Center for Applied Legal Studies clinic. For those interested in national security scholarship, the Journal of National Security Law & Policy is co-sponsored by Georgetown. Also on campus, the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection does work that will interest many national security law students.

There are a variety of student organizations on campus to get involved in, including the National Security Law Society, the Military Law Society, the International Law SocietyAmnesty International, and more.

In addition, there are many national security resources on the Georgetown main campus relevant to the study of national security law, including the School of Foreign Service, in particular the Security Studies Program, and the McCourt School of Public Policy. There are many valuable resources in the departments of Language and LinguisticsGovernment, Politics and Policy, and International Affairs.