About Timothy Batchelor

09A scholar of law and economics, Timothy Batchelor has made several significant contributions to the fields of constitutional law and national security law. He recently collaborated with noted constitutional and national security lawyer Charles Shanor on the update to his capstone book, Counterterrorism Law by Foundation Press. Timothy Batchelor has been involved in numerous field projects involving the unique application of critical economic analysis to issues in the constitutional and national security legal arenas.

In addition to these efforts, Tim Batchelor is currently a Shareholder with the Center for National Security & Constitutional Law in Washington, DC as well as a Senior Fellow at the Center for Law & Economics in Berkeley. A prominent figure in his field, Tim Batchelor’s unique approach to these critical fields in national security has been felt at the World Economic Forum for the past two years.

Outside of constitutional and national security law, Timothy Batchelor is active with several companies that currently serve the national security arena. In this regard, Tim is currently a member of the Board of Directors of several of these companies, and currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Subsea Engineering, Inc., which is engaged in the development and deployment of maritime vehicles for the intelligence and naval special warfare communities. Frequently sought out for comment on current national security issues, he was recently quoted giving high praise to David Cole’s Terrorism and the Constitution: Sacrificing Civil Liberties in the Name of National Security, which was published by New Press.

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