Presented by DIA and the University of Maryland Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS)

June 1 July 10, 2020

College Park, Maryland



  Immerse a small group of lawyers and technologists in a six-week high-intensity course that presents the substantive and legal dimensions of the most critical technologies in the national security realm, including cyber security, Al and machine learning, telecommunications, Internet exploitation, and Space.

  Empower lawyers to meaningfully support their clients' efforts to develop and procure cutting-edge IT tools.

  Give technologists the knowledge and perspective to work collaboratively with lawyers to design optimized solutions to modern IT challenges.



TLA will be open to participants from government, industry, and academia. It is critical for these three communities to interact effectively to address the legal and operational challenges presented by new technologies.


Registration will occur during late-summer/early-fall, and close when maximum capacity is reached. Participation is limited to 30 students to maximize participation and engagement.


ARLIS is the national laboratory for advanced research and development in national security. Located in College Park, Maryland, ARLIS is dedicated to supporting DoD and Intelligence Community missions by bringing together academic experts, leading practitioners, and industry innovators to confront the nation's most critical national security challenges.


For more information, contact info@arlis.umd.edu.