Starting yesterday, Leif Swedlow will be teaching Cybersecurity Law at Oklahoma City University School of Law for the rest of the Spring 2016 semester. Due to the departure of another faculty member, Mr. Swedlow was asked to take over professorial duties in this subject, which is offered in connection with the Judge Alfred P. Murrah Center for Homeland Security Law & Policy. Mr. Swedlow has previously taught International Law, Pretrial Litigation and Legal Research and Writing at the law school, and has presented numerous Continuing Legal Education seminars on harnessing the power of the Internet in the practice of law. He has been a longtime member of the adjunct teaching staff and is an O.C.U. alumnus. He also assists the law school’s Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Teams.
Learn more about Leif here.
Posted on Wed, February 24, 2016
by Andrews Davis filed under