OU College of Law alumnus Robert Jordan (’74), former Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, spoke to more than 80 students about his diplomatic service abroad, as commemorated in his new book Desert Diplomat: Inside Saudi Arabia Following 9/11. Ambassador Jordan discussed his work on trade, terrorism and human rights issues while serving in Saudi Arabia and answered a variety of student questions.
After his talk, Ambassador Jordan met with students to answer questions about his career and he signed their copies of Desert Diplomat. While a student at OU Law, Ambassador Jordan was the Editor in Chief of the Oklahoma Law Review and a member of the Jessup International Law Moot Court Team.
To learn more about Ambassador Jordan and to view a trailer for Desert Diplomat, click here.
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