Homeland Security Law Conference, Part 1
This was part of the American Bar Association’s annual Homeland Security Law Institute, during which attendees consider and discuss the legal profession’s role in the country’s security.
Suzanne Spaulding talked about her work to oversee protecting and enhancing the nation’s infrastructure. Following her remarks, general counsels for private sector tech and security companies discussed their experiences working with the government on cybersecurity threats and attacks.
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Angeline Chen Vice President And General Counsel Siemens Government Technologies
Sheila Cheston Counsel Defense Base Closure and Realignment Cmsn.
Christopher Graham Assistant General Counsel Georgia Pacific Corporation
James E. McPherson Chair American Bar Association->Standing Committee on Law and National Security
Ira Raphaelson Executive Vice President and General Counsel (Former) Las Vegas Sands Corporation
Suzanne E. Spaulding Undersecretary Department of Homeland Security->National Protection and Programs Directorate
Joe D. Whitley Program Chair American Bar Association->Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section
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