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A Conversation with Glenn Gerstell, General Counsel of the NSA
A Conversation with the General Counsel of the National Security Agency | October 6, 2016 12pm-1pm | Harvard Law School, WCC – Milstein East A | NSLA, NSJ, JOLT, the Cyberlaw Clinic, and OPIA invite you to participate in a conversation with Mr. Glenn Gerstell, General Counsel of the National Security Agency. Mr. Gerstell has served as the NSA’s General Counsel since August 2015. As General Counsel, Mr. Gerstell is a key member of the NSA’s senior leadership team. He is responsible for legal oversight of all NSA activities to ensure that NSA operations are lawfully conducted in accordance with the Constitution, statutes, executive orders, and applicable regulations. Prior to joining NSA, Mr. Gerstell practiced law for almost 40 years at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, where he served as managing partner of the firm’s Washington, D.C., Singapore, and Hong Kong offices. Earlier in his career, he was an Adjunct Law Professor at the Georgetown University Law Center and New York Law School. A graduate of New York University and Columbia Law School, Mr. Gerstell is a member of the American Academy of Diplomacy and the Atlantic Council, and a Life Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. A Harvard ID is required for attendance, and lunch will be served.
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