Kim Robbins-Segers ’06, who works at the US
Department of Justice in the Office of Intelligence National Security Division’s
Litigation Section will be at the law school as Attorney-in-Residence. Prior to taking her current position at the Department of
Justice Kim worked as a prosecutor,
a trial attorney with the Guantanamo Habeas Litigation Team, and was assigned
to the Office of the Deputy Attorney General as part of a team tasked with
analyzing intelligence related to Guantanamo. In addition to her law degree,
Kim has a Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence from the National
Intelligence University in Washington, DC. Read her bio.
RSVP in Symplicity
for both the noontime session and 30 minute one-on-one sessions.