“National Security: Careers in a Changing World”
What does 21st century national security look like?
What career opportunities exist in national security?
The world of national security has changed drastically since September 11, 2001. The government has created new federal agencies and passed new regulations that affect everything from suspected terrorists to routine business operations. These changes have opened new career paths for law students. Come and hear what the professionals are saying.
Date: October 12th, 2007
Time: 9am – 12pm
Location: ABA Building, 321 N. Clark, Chicago
SEATING IS LIMITED -- REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ENTRY
National Security Career Panel: Panelists include Jeremy Strozer, the Department of State; Patrick Crawford, James Lee Witt and Associates; David Habich, the Federal Bureau of Investigations; Joyce Marks, The United Way; and Steven Siros, Jenner & Block.
Guest Speaker: Richard Friedman, President of the National Strategy Forum, will provide a general overview of national security and discuss possible careers.
For more details visit www.natsecuritylaw.org
SEATING IS LIMITED – REGISTRATION REQUIRED
There is no fee for students, but you must register to enter the building. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org and CC email@example.com. Please put “NSLS Careers in Chicago” in the subject line.