National Security Counselors

National Security Counselors (NSC) furthers the twin ideals that the public needs to be as informed as possible about what its government does in the name of national security, and that people entangled in legal matters in this field should have reasonable access to knowledgeable legal assistance, regardless of income. To that end, NSC performs four primary functions: to lawfully acquire from the government material related to national security matters and distribute it to the public, to use this material in the creation of original publications discussing the respective subjects, to advocate for intelligent reform in the national security and information and privacy arenas, and to provide a low-cost alternative to certain deserving clients involved in security law or information and privacy law-related proceedings.

Kel McClanahan

Address: 4702 Levada Terrace
Rockville, MD  20853


Phone: 301-728-5908
Fax: 240-681-2189

Email: kel at nationalsecuritylaw.org

Key resources
  • FOIA Requests - copies of all FOIA requests made by NSC
  • Document Vault - links to documents obtained from the government via NSC FOIA requests
  • Publications - copies of NSC original publications, as well as relevant original works written by NSC Directors, Advisors, and Staff
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