International Journal of Intelligence Ethics co-founded by UF Law adjunct professor
Christopher A. Vallandingham, foreign and international law librarian and adjunct professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, president of the International Intelligence Ethics Association and chair of the conference committee, along with Jan Goldman, professor at the National Defense Intelligence College and adjunct professor at Georgetown, have founded the International Journal of Intelligence Ethics, to be published by Scarecrow Press of the Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group beginning in fall 2009. The journal is sponsored by the International Intelligence Ethics Association.
In February 2009, the International Intelligence Ethics Association (IIEA) organized the Ethics in the Intelligence Community conference at Johns Hopkins at Mt. Washington.
Last spring, the editorial advisory board was created, which includes, Hans Born, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (Switz.); Toni Erskine, University of Wales, Aberystwyth (UK); Sen. Bob Graham, former chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (US); Michael Herman, Nuffield College, University of Oxford (UK); Amb. Kalman Kocsis, former head of Információs Hivatal (Hungary); Gary Marx, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US); John Radsan, William Mitchell College of Law (US); and Christopher Slobogin, Vanderbilt University Law School (US).
The journal is currently planning the fifth annual International conference on the Ethics of National Security Intelligence at Georgetown University in March 2010.