International Business Lawyer of Mystery
Business law is a common denominator among many of the most intriguing jobs in the national security and defense industries. Members of an American Bar Association Section of Business Law panel have worked in and around the fields of national defense and homeland security, from the military to TSA and beyond. Their perspectives on the trends and expansion of this practice area since 9/11 informed audience members about a career path they may not have appreciated.
Pictured (left to right) are moderator Lynn Howell (Gulfport, Fla., lawyer), Jacques Shore (Ottawa lawyer and former research director of Parliament’s security intelligence review committee), Frank Jimenez (vice president and general counsel of ITT Corp.), Charles Dunlap (associate director, Center on Law, Ethics and National Security, Duke University School of Law), James Swanson (ABA senior director and retired U.S. Air Force brigadier general), Jarisse Sanborn (retired U.S Air Force brigadier general and staff judge advocate), and Jack Rives (ABA executive director and retired judge advocate general of the U.S. Air Force). Not pictured is panelist James Durant (director of legal services for the U.K.-based 3rd Air Force).