On September 2nd, FH+H partner Jennifer Huber participated in a panel discussion, sponsored by the American Bar Association's Standing Committee on Law & National
Security and the Bar Association of the District of Columbia's Committee on National Security Law, Policy & Practice, focusing on careers in National Security Law.
Jennifer was joined on the panel by FBI General Counsel James A. Baker; Carrie Cordero, Principal with The Law Offices of Carrie Cordero, PLLC; Robert Eatinger, Senior Deputy General Counsel for the Central Intelligence Agency; and Susan Gibson, Principal Deputy General Counsel for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Having spent years positioning firm clients for success in the defense, intelligence, and security sectors, Jennifer shared with the audience of law students and young practitioners her insights on developing a career in a legal community that has become increasingly competitive. "The fact that so many students and junior attorneys are interested in contributing to U.S. national security is incredible," said Jennifer, "and it is always a pleasure to share with the next generation of practitioners the lessons I have learned while supporting individuals and entities that, every day, are implementing the U.S. national security strategy at home and abroad."
Jennifer Huber is the chair of FH+H's International Trade & Transactions practice. She has closed $1 billion worth of cross-border transactions and, since the firm's founding, has secured over $750 million worth of licenses for the export of sensitive goods and services.