Cybersecurity & Crisis Management

Prepare to Counsel in a Crisis

The Cybersecurity and Crisis Management Law Program combines theoretical study and practice-based learning on legal and policy issues in cybersecurity, homeland security, public health, and emergency management to help prepare graduates in providing effective counsel to government and private sector organizations.

Courses at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law are complemented by access to the distinguished University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS), which melds academic and practical expertise for individuals who wish to become proficient in the law and policy of cybersecurity and crisis management.

For more information about the Cybersecurity and Crisis Management Program, please contact CHHS Academic Program Director Michael Vesely at


Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS)

CHHS is focused on policy development and legal analysis in the field of homeland security.

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Cybersecurity and Crisis Management Law at Maryland Carey Law

  • About Us

    About Us

    Discover the people behind CHHS including Professor, Founder, and Director Michael Greenberger.
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  • Academics


    Explore the curriculum, track, and foundational courses.
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  • Externships & Clients

    Externships & Clients

    Find opportunities to gain hands-on experience while learning from experts in the field.
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US Cyber Command Academic Engagement Network (AEN)

Maryland Carey Law was selected, as the first law school, to be part of the US Cyber Command’s Academic Engagement Network. The goal of the AEN is to foster relationships between cutting-edge academic institutions and the entire US Cyber Command enterprise.

Maryland Carey Law was chosen by US Cyber Command due to the law school’s strong cyber law program, developed and lead by CHHS. The academic partnership with US Cyber Command provides a mutually beneficial relationship between the US Cyber Command, CHHS, and Maryland Carey Law and will include, regular “Tech Talks,” collaborative projects, internship and recent grad opportunities, mentorships, and more.

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Concerns over Digital Surveillance Surge in the Wake of Overturning Roe v. Wade

Reproductive health and wellness apps track a person’s menstruation cycle and ovulation windows as well as predict upcoming cycles. With no constitutional right to an abortion, can the data in these apps be used to prosecute a person for seeking an abortion?

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We teach our students not only to be skillful legal negotiators and conflict resolvers, but also to use a range of strategies, such as mediation and restorative justice, to address complex societal challenges.


Cybersecurity & Crisis Management

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