Glenn Sulmasy is a CAPTAIN and judge advocate in the U. S. Coast Guard. He is the Chair of the Law Faculty at the U. S. Coast Guard Academy where he serves as the permanent professor of law and teaches courses in constitutional law, international law and national security law. He writes and speaks widely on national security matters and is a frequent guest on National Public Radio (NPR) and other media outlets. Professor Sulmasy has written numerous law review pieces on constitutional law, national security law and the law of war. In particular, he has focused on the Guantanamo Bay detainees and has been the leading advocate for a third way to prosecute the al Qaeda terrorists - in a national security court system - but different from others suggestions, his is an presumptively adjudicatory system...one that tries everyone but under a distinct system of justice tailored for national security matters.
Professor Sulmasy is one of the leading voices on changes to how we legally approach national security matters and available for media interviews. The views he expresses are his personal ones, or his academic ones, and do not imply endorsement by any of the entities with which he is associated.