Provided by Ronald D Lee
National security, cybersecurity, and technology law and policy; represents clients on strategic, sensitive, and novel matters in data security, encryption, security breaches, information privacy, DOD contractor cybersecurity, security and liability aspects of computer systems and networks, electronic surveillance including FISA and ECPA, CFAA, and Exon-Florio (CFIUS) national security review of foreign investments in the US; security clearances, FOCI, and national security government contracting.
General Counsel, US National Security Agency; Associate Deputy Attorney General, US Department of Justice; Chief of Staff, Director of CIA.
JD, Yale Law School; MPhil, Oxford University; AB, Princeton University. Rhodes Scholar.
Ronald Lee is particularly well known for his national security expertise honed in the Department of Justice. This enables him to provide data protection and cybersecurity advice to clients in sensitive sectors, including defense.