Captain Sulmasy is a judge advocate and an expert in national security law. He has been on the faculty of the U. S. Coast Guard Academy since July, 2001. He has also served on the faculty of the International Law Department at the U. S. Naval War College and has been an adjunct faculty member at the Roger Williams University School of Law since 1999. Captain Sulmasy publishes and lectures widely on the law of armed conflict, international law and national security matters. Further, he is quoted in media outlets such as National Public Radio, The Associated Press, The New York Times and Voice of America-News Now, among others, on issues such as the Military Commissions Act (MCA), Guantanamo Bay Detention Center (GITMO) and other national security matters.
- Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University (2007-2008)
- LL.M. Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), University of California at Berkeley, 2007
- National Security Law certification, University of Virginia School of Law, Center for National Security Law, June 2002
- Judge Advocate certification, U.S. Naval Justice School, December 1997
- Juris Doctor (J.D.) cum laude, University of Baltimore School of Law, May 1997
- Bachelor of Science (Government), U. S. Coast Guard Academy, May 1988
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2012 National Security Symposium
April 05, 2012
Connecticut Lawyers Chapter and Quinnipiac Student Chapter
March 23, 2010
Chicago Lawyers Chapter and International & National Security Law Practice Group
May 12, 2008
October 10, 2006
October 04, 2005