Steve Vladeck

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Steve Vladeck is a professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law. A 2004 graduate of Yale Law School, Steve clerked for Judge Marsha Berzon on the Ninth Circuit and Judge Rosemary Barkett on the Eleventh Circuit. In addition to serving as a senior editor of the Journal of National Security Law & Policy, Steve is also the co-editor of Aspen Publishers’ leading National Security Law and Counterterrorism Law casebooks.

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The National Security Law Podcast

The National Security Law Podcast: Resistance Is Feudal (aka an Interview with CISA’s Eric Goldstein)

We are very excited for this week’s show, in which we interview Eric Goldstein—the executive assistant director for cybersecurity at DHS CISA!  We had a terrific conversation, with a focus on (1) understanding the specific programs and activities that CISA engages in to improve cybersecurity, (2) the highlights from President Biden’s cybersecurity executive order and (3) career pathway insights.

The National Security Law Podcast

The National Security Law Podcast: Back in Steve’s Office

Recording episode 202 was something of a milestone for us, because we met in Steve’s office for an in-person recording for the first time since Before. Wow! We’re grateful to be back in the “studio,” and we found it was a much-more fun experience for us. See if you can detect the difference as we talk about

The National Security Law Podcast

The National Security Law Podcast: Revels, Revolts and Reduxes … Part Deux

Our latest episode is shorter than normal because … well, we recorded most of it and then lost the file. Suffice to say we were a bit tired by the time the re-recording was done!  Or maybe we’re better off this way? Either way, tune in for our thoughts on the DC Circuit’s en banc grant in the al Hela GTMO detainee case (asking whether the Fifth Amendment Due Process Clause applies at GTMO), the ACLU’s attempt to get SCOTUS to review a FISCOR decision relating to the ACLU’s efforts to compel public release of FISC opinions on First Amendment grounds and the recent FOIA-based release of the 2