National security law involves practice areas that are constantly evolving and subject to amendments or changes. Thus, legal researchers should always monitor legal scholarship, blogs, and news sources to stay updated on any developments in this area of the law.
There are a few law journals dedicated to national security law issues. Full collections of each journal are available in HeinOnline. The following are recommended titles to use during your research:
There are multiple other journals that address areas of the law that are relevant to national security law researchers, including international law, criminal law, immigration law, and constitutional law. You can view a list of those journals via HeinOnline's Law Journal Library subject guide.
Current awareness resources include law blogs and news outlets that report on national security law issues. Use these resources to track changes in the national security law field, identify possible research topics for seminar papers, or monitor important laws or regulations.