Charlie Martel (@charliemartelwl) was professor of practice at the Washington & Lee University School of Law in 2013-15 and taught a course on national security legislation. He served in lead roles in Senate investigations as counsel to the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee. He was part of the Committee investigation team on the 2009 Ft. Hood shootings and led a subcommittee investigation of the response to Hurricane Katrina. After his Senate service, he participated in planning a non-profit inquiry on national security detainee policy. Charlie has represented refugees seeking asylum in the U.S. and Greece.
Charlie has a masters’ degree in international human rights law from the London School of Economics.
Articles by this author:
Questions for Neil Gorsuch’s Confirmation Hearing
Feb 10th, 2017
War: What Is It Good For? — Revisiting Strategic Questions Congress Should Ask in Debating an ISIL AUMF
Dec 21st, 2015
War: What is it good for? 20 ISIL Questions for Congress
Sep 30th, 2014