Todd Huntley

Todd Huntley is the Director of the National Security Law Program at Georgetown University Law Center and a Lecturer in Law, teaching National Security Law related courses. Todd retired from the U.S. Navy in September 2020 after serving more than 23 years on active duty as a Judge Advocate General where he advised senior military and civilian leaders on national security and international law matters. He has extensive experience supporting the Special Operations community, including serving as the senior U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) attorney in Washington, D.C.; the senior legal advisor to the Commander, U.S. Special Operations Command Central (SOCCENT); and as the legal advisor for information and cyber operations at SOCOM HQ in Tampa, FL. Todd has deployed twice to Afghanistan with a Joint Special Operations Task Force conducting counter-terrorism operations and has advised on all aspects of operations including targeting, intelligence, detention, and cyber operations.