BC Law Drinan Professor George Brown moderated a panel at the Federal Bar Association's Evolution of Transportation Security Law Forum on May 14, 2018 at the Transportation Security Administration Town Hall in Arlington, Va.

Brown moderated the "Aviation Security Law Legal Framework: 9/11 to the Present" panel discussion at the event, while also presenting on the structure of National Security Law. One of the conference organizers was David Y. Bannard '88, Brown's former student and a partner in the Boston office of Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell LLP.

George Brown is the Robert Drinan, S.J., Professor of Law. Most recently he served as Interim Dean of the Law School, 2010-2011. He is a specialist in the field of federal-state relations and government ethics. In both areas he draws on his extensive experience in state government. He has served as Legislative Assistant to the Governor of Massachusetts and as Assistant Attorney General of Massachusetts. In 1994, Governor William Weld appointed him Chair of the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission. In the field of federal-state relations, Professor Brown is best known for his articles on the jurisdiction of federal courts and on the federal grant-in-aid system. He has also served as Chair of the Section on Federal Courts of the Association of American Law Schools.

In the field of government ethics, Professor Brown has written several articles on recent judicial developments. His current research focuses on the role of the courts in the War on Terror.