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10 Questions Live

Have you tuned into the ABA’s 10 Questions LIVE hangouts? The ABA Journal’s monthly Google Hangout On Air has been airing since February with innovative lawyers who have developed practices off the beaten path.

You can catch it tomorrow (10/20) at 2 p.m. EDT as Jenny Davis sits down with Rajesh De, a Washington, D.C. cyber security lawyer who has worked with the 9/11 commission, the President of the United States, and who also served as general counsel to the National Security Administration during the Edward Snowden affair. De will share his thoughts on transparency, security and what it’s like to fly on Air Force One.

Got questions for De? Email them 10questionslive@abajourn… or tune in Thursday to ask them live during the program.

The 10 Questions column appears each month in the ABA Journal, which you get free when you Go Premium with the Law Student Division.

If you’ve missed previous 10 Questions LIVE events, here’s who you missed:

  • Julianne Walsh, a one-time big firm lawyer turned stay-at-home mom turned hi-tech lawyer
  • 21-year-old assistant state’s attorney Robyn Crawford
  • Houston Judge Phyllis Frye, a groundbreaking lawyer and transgender activist
  • Virginia lawyer Phillip C. Stone, who took the helm at Sweet Briar College, bringing it back from the brink of closure
  • Kristen Clarke of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the Justice Department, the New York State Attorney General’s Office and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
  • Keith Porcaro, head of technology and development and general counsel of SIMLab in Washington, D.C.

You can also watch the previous hangouts in this playlist:

Sign up for tomorrow’s program here.

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