B.S.F.S., Georgetown University; J.D., George Washington University
Erin Creegan is a professor of Scholarly Writing for the International Law Review. She is also a professor of International Criminal Law at the University of Maryland-College Park, Criminology and Criminal Justice Program. She is a Trial Attorney in the Counterterrorism Section of the U.S. Department of Justice, where she prosecutes terrorism cases across the United States.
Professor Creegan has published numerous articles about the intersection of national security law, international law, comparative law, and the criminal law—including: “Cooperation in Foreign Terrorism Prosecutions” in the Georgetown Journal of International Law, “A Permanent Hybrid Court for Terrorism” in the American University International Law Review, “Justified Uses of Force and the Crime of Aggression” in the Journal of International Criminal Justice, and “National Security Crime” in the Harvard National Security Journal.