Adam Chan is a Student Fellow in Columbia Law School’s National Security Law Program. Chan’s research focuses on constitutional war powers and the intersection of national security law with economic and technological regulation. During law school, Adam has interned at the Justice Department’s National Security Division, been a summer associate in Kirkland & Ellis’s International Trade and National Security practice, and written for Lawfare. Chan has also assisted Columbia National Security Law Program Senior Fellow Scott Anderson with a Congressional Study Group on Foreign Policy and National Security. He holds a B.A. from the University of Chicago where he studied political theory.