National Security Law Society

A Chicago-Kent Student Organization

Category: News & Updates

Professor Geiringer on CBS: Silicon Valley Bank Collapse

The Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating the Silicon Valley Bank collapse. CBS News anchors Lana Zak and Elaine Quijano spoke with John Geiringer, a partner at Barack Ferrazzano Kirshbaum and Nagelberg, about what authorities look at in such cases and what this investigation could mean for company executives.

CBS Video:

Professor Barry Jonas Prosecutor in Chinese Espionage Case

In September 2022, Ji Chaoqun, 31, was prosecuted as an agent of a foreign government, specifically the People’s Republic of China. Professor Barry Jonas, serving as Assistant U.S. Attorney, represented the U.S. Government in this case.

DOJ Press Release:

Chinese National Convicted of Acting Within the United States as an Unregistered Agent of the People’s Republic of China

See more articles:

Judge slaps ex-Chicago college student who spied for China with 8 years in federal prison Chicago Tribune, January 25, 2023

Ex-student gets 8 years for spying for Chinese government Associated Press via Yahoo News, January 25, 2023


2006 News

24 October 2006: NSLS members ratified constitution and elected member to the Executive Committee.

11 October 2006: NSLS at Chicago-Kent held its first general meeting.

25 September 06: National Security and Law Society at Chicago-Kent College of Law founded.

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