Eric Law - Institute for Security Governance
Faculty, Management, Operations & Administration Division
Mr. Eric Law serves as Faculty/Programs Associate, responsible for curricular and operations support of ISG's educational programs. In this role, he facilitates government and contract colleagues in planning, execution, and reporting for resident courses and mobile education team (MET) engagements.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Law was on ISG's resident & MET course operations support team, working with faculty and students--and behind the scenes--to ensure smooth course execution, and that students' experiences at ISG were as fulfilling as possible. Previously, he interned for the Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) Prevention, Relief & Recovery (PR&R) Program, developing and teaching modules for multiple resident courses, including ethnic & religious conflict management, reintegration of violent extremists, and refugee security.
Mr. Law moved to Monterey after a decade working abroad in China and Egypt in facilitation, capacity building, training, and curricular development. In Guangzhou, China, his role included training faculty and moderating online and off-line course material for Education First's (EF) 80,000 adult learners nationwide. In Egypt, he worked for a US State Department-funded non-profit, AMIDEAST, in its Alexandria offices.
Mr. Law received an MA in International Policy & Development from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, specializing in conflict resolution & social justice. His graduate practicum built on his work at CCMR, focusing on measuring & improving outcomes and training for de-radicalization, disengagement, rehabilitation, and reintegration of violent extremists. During graduate school, he also served as a program evaluation design consultant for Search for Common Ground's efforts to improve social cohesion in the midst of ethnic cleansing. He received his BA in political science from the University of Delaware. Mr. Law is an avid explorer of global gastronomy, and is proficient in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Conflict Management & Resolution
- Disarmament, Demobilization, & Reintegration
- Partner PME Faculty & Curriculum Development
- Combating Terrorism & Violent Extremism