Matthew R. A. Heiman

Matthew R. A. Heiman

Visiting Fellow, National Security Institute, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University

Matthew R. A. Heiman is a Visiting Fellow at the National Security Institute at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University.  He is also the Chairman of the Cyber & Privacy Working Group of the Regulatory Transparency Project.  He is a member of the International and National Security Law Executive Committee practice group.  Previously, Mr. Heiman was the Vice President, Corporate Secretary & Associate General Counsel at Johnson Controls. Prior to its merger with Johnson Controls, Mr. Heiman held a number of positions with Tyco International including Vice President, Chief Compliance & Audit Officer.  Before Tyco, Mr. Heiman was a lawyer with the National Security Division at the U.S Department of Justice.  He was a legal advisor to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad, Iraq and practiced as a trial lawyer with the law firm of McGuireWoods. Mr. Heiman has a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Juris Doctorate degree from Indiana University.  He is a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

 

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