A.B., University of Georgia; J.D., University of Georgia, LLM, University of Virginia
An international and national security lawyer by training, Mark Rosen is the Deputy General Counsel at CNA Corporation. CNA operates the “Center for Naval Analyses” for the Department of the Navy and participates in the operation of two Federally Funded Research and Development Centers for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
As Deputy General Counsel, Mr. Rosen provides corporate law support to CNA on a variety of ethics, government contracts, and regulatory matters. Mr. Rosen also provides support to the research staff on international and national security law matters and has authored numerous international and operational law studies. Mr. Rosen also holds a faculty appointment from Virginia Polytechnic University on Homeland Security and Biodefense matters.
Prior to his employment at CNA, Mr. Rosen served as the Associate General Counsel for Science and Technology Directorate of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was the Department’s Regulatory Compliance Officer for all DHS sponsored research and was charged with ensuring compliance with applicable federal and international research standards and relevant international arms control conventions.
Mr. Rosen is a retired Navy Captain (JAGC) and served in various international law positions including the Ocean Policy Legal Advisor to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Plans, Policy, and Operations; Political Military Planner, Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate (J-5), Joint Staff and Head of the International Programs Branch, Navy International Law Division, Washington, DC.