Christopher Fonzone most recently served as Deputy Assistant to the President, Deputy Counsel to the President, and National Security Council (NSC) Legal Adviser. He previously worked at the Department of Justice in the Office of Legal Counsel and on the Civil Division’s Appellate Staff; served as Special Counsel to the General Counsel of the Department of Defense; and clerked for Justice Stephen Breyer of the United States Supreme Court and Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Fonzone is a graduate of Cornell University and Harvard Law School.
Articles by this author:
The More Things Stay the Same: Why the Trump Administration’s Counterterrorism Strategy is Surprisingly Conventional
by Christopher Fonzone and Luke Hartig
Nov 13th, 2018
What the Law of Military Obedience Can (and Can’t) Do–What Happens if a President’s Orders are Unlawful?
May 4th, 2018
For Quick and Strong Justice, Look to the Courts—Not Guantanamo
by Christopher Fonzone and Joshua Geltzer
Nov 1st, 2017
Delegating Commander-in-Chief Powers–Where to strike the balance
May 30th, 2017