Professorial Lecturer in Law
As a Professorial Lecturer in Law at the George Washington University Law School, Jaimie Clark co-teaches a course on fundamentals of cybersecurity technology for lawyers. Mr. Clark also has guest lectured at The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School on the legal framework of conducting intelligence activities in cyberspace. He currently serves as counsel for a U.S. Senate Committee, where he advises on oversight investigations and legislative matters at the nexus of national security and intelligence law in the cyber domain. In his last position, Mr. Clark served as an Assistant General Counsel within the Department of Defense Intelligence Enterprise.
A seasoned veteran with almost 20 years experience in the national security and defense intelligence communities, Mr. Clark has worked in all three branches of government and accumulated more than 10,000 hours of training, education, and experience in applying human and technical solutions to some of the nation’s most pressing security challenges. He holds a Juris Doctorate from GW Law, a master's degree in strategic intelligence from the National Intelligence University, a bachelor's degree in security and intelligence from the Ohio State University, and an associate's degree in communications applications technology from the Community College of the Air Force.