The Oklahoma International Law Society and Professor Aswad hosted the top lawyer at NATO, Steven Hill, at the OU College of Law today. During a talk attended by over a hundred students, he discussed challenging international legal issues involving how NATO addresses cyber challenges, the fight against ISIS, and operations in Libya. Following his talk, students met informally with him in the Sneed Lounge for a reception in his honor. Professor Aswad remarked, "We have been delighted to host a series of high level speakers on cutting edge international law issues this semester. We are particularly grateful for Mr. Hill coming to OU Law and sharing his insights on key NATO issues with our students."
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