TU Forum To Address Spies and Intelligence Gathering
Monday, April 09, 2001
Published on 4/9/01
The University of Tulsa College of Law will present a free public forum at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18 to discuss “Spies, Counter-spies and Aerial Surveillance: A Look at Intelligence Gathering From the Perspective of International Law and Diplomacy.” The program will be held in TU’s Formal Lounge in the Allen Chapman Activity Center, located at Fifth Place and Florence Avenue.
Panelists for the forum include Nick Rostow, professor of international Law, US Naval War College; Ken Levit, attorney, Williams Communications; and Robert Donaldson, TU professor of political science. Rostow formerly served with the Select Committee on Intelligence for the US Senate. Levit is a former Special Counsel for the Director of the CIA. Donaldson is a specialist in international politics and Russian politics. The panel will be moderated by David S. Clark, TU professor of law and director of the Comparative and International Law Center.
For more information, call Sue Lorenz, 918-631-2431.