The Master of Laws in Homeland and National Security will address all the laws of Homeland Security. There are many new laws enacted since 9/11, and there is a need for attorneys who understand their context and application.
April 19, 2013
March 6, 2013
Homeland Security Program Director Michael C.H. McDaniel Speaks at Michigan Cyber Awareness Conference - Cooley Law School Associate Professor Michael C.H. McDaniel spoke June 5 at the 2012 Michigan Cyber Awareness Breakfast Conference in Dearborn, Michigan.
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and Brigadier General Michael McDaniel to Develop Program in Homeland Security Law at Cooley Law School - Brigadier General Michael C.H. McDaniel has joined the Cooley Law School full-time faculty as a professor in the Constitutional Law Department, and will teach classes at the school's Auburn Hills and Lansing campuses. He will also be responsible for developing a program in Homeland Security Law.
The Homeland and National Security Law LL.M. program will include study in air and transportation security, border security, military operations in the homeland, intelligence and privacy issues, technology and cybersecurity, as well as the practical courses on federal contracting and administrative agencies.
The program is scheduled to launch in 2013, directed by Professor and Brigadier General, Michael C.H. McDaniel.
Professor McDaniel served in the Michigan National Guard for 27 years, worked as Deputy Assistant Secretary at the Pentagon, and served as a member of the National Governor's Association Homeland Security Advisors Council.