Eric Talbot Jensen
Eric Jensen is Professor of Law at Brigham Young University (BYU). He teaches in the areas of public international law, criminal law, the law of armed conflict, international criminal law, cyber law and national security law. He has published extensively in these areas and was also a member of the group of experts that produced both the Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare and the more recent Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations.
Professor Jensen recently returned to BYU Law School after serving for one year as the Special Counsel to the Department of Defense General Counsel. Prior to joining the BYU law faculty in 2011, he spent 2 years teaching at Fordham Law School in New York City and 20 years in the United States Army as both a Cavalry Officer and as a Judge Advocate. During his time as a Judge Advocate, Professor Jensen served in various positions including as the Chief of the Army’s International Law Branch; Deputy Legal Advisor for Task Force Baghdad; Professor of International and Operational Law at The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School; legal advisor to the U.S. contingent of UN Forces deployed to Skopje, Macedonia as part of UNPREDEP; and legal advisor in Bosnia in support of Operation Joint Endeavor/Guard.
Posts by the contributor
Beyond access: three considerations for food security and famine prevention during armed conflict
12 mins read Analysis / Humanitarian Action / Law and Conflict Ariana Lopes Morey, Menty Kebede & Matt Pollard
The human nature of international humanitarian law
10 mins read Analysis / Autonomous Weapons / Conduct of Hostilities / Law and Conflict Eric Talbot Jensen
War in cities: Attackers have rules to follow. What about defenders?
8 mins read Analysis / Law and Conflict Eric Talbot Jensen