I just graduated from GW Law's National Security & Cybersecurity LLM and I cannot recommend it more enthusiastically. I am a retired Air Force officer and went to law school after retirement to be a public interest attorney. After about 5 years, I decided that I wanted to find a way to combine my military and legal experience and so I applied to GW Law's LLM program as a full-time student.
The curriculum was rigorous but outstanding, drawing instructors from senior levels of the federal government and private practice. Dean Schenck, who heads the program, is a force of nature who will leave no stone unturned to get you the courses you desire and a kick-ass internship to get your foot in the door for a job.
The knowledge I gained in areas such as critical infrastructure protection, cybersecurity, and U.S. technology controls, as well as a federal government internship, got me an in-house cybersecurity/compliance counsel position at a major energy corporation less than two months after completing the program.
Although I did it in 2 semesters, their part-time program is very flexible and I had many working classmates. It is a spectacular program, and I'm glad chose GW Law.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
[Edited by Bob Alexander on Aug 27, 2022]