Mark E. Rosen
Mark E. Rosen, an international and national security lawyer, is senior vice president, general counsel, and board secretary at CNA. In addition to his duties in the areas of government contracts, licensing, insurance export controls, and privacy/human subjects research compliance, Rosen has authored numerous international and operational law studies in such areas as maritime disputes, law of the sea, law of armed conflict, international agreements, and arms control.
Rosen holds an adjunct faculty appointment from the George Washington University School of Law where he teaches courses on homeland security law and biodefense matters. Prior to CNA, he served as the associate general counsel for the Science and Technology Directorate of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and was the department's regulatory compliance officer for all DHS-sponsored research. He also worked in the Small Business Administration's Office of International Trade, serving as the point person for all trade-policy matters and negotiating market-access agreements with various foreign governments. Rosen is a retired Navy Captain (JAGC) and served in various international law positions in the Pentagon 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.
Rosen holds A.B. and J.D. degrees from the University of Georgia and an LLM from the University of Virginia. He is a member of the State Bars of Georgia and Virginia (Corporate Counsel Designation) and various federal courts.