Emily Berman joins Brooklyn Law School as a Visiting Assistant Professor for a one-year term beginning in the fall 2012 semester. She is currently affiliated with New York University School of Law, where she is a Furman Fellow and Brennan Center Fellow. She has also held positions as Counsel and a Katz Fellow at the Brennan Center developing policy recommendations, drafting reports, and engaging in advocacy regarding U.S. national security policy and its impact on civil liberties. Her scholarship explores the relationships between and among government institutions in the development, implementation, and oversight of national security policy. Professor Berman’s work has been published in the George Mason Law Review, Alabama Government Law Review, Florida State University Law Review, New York University Law Review, and some of her opinion pieces have appeared in The Atlantic, the National Law Journal, Legal Times Online, and CNN.com, among others. After graduating from law school, Professor Berman clerked for Hon. John M. Walker, Jr. of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.