The Military Museums

TMM Perspectives Lecture Series

The TMM Perspectives Lecture Series is your opportunity to hear speakers from a wide range of historical and military related topics. The lectures are held various evenings at The Military Museum from September until May.

Lecture: Cyber (In)security and National (In)security: Persistent Threats and Canada's response

Date: Thurs 28 Mar 2024

Time: Doors Open 6:00pm, Lecture 6:30pm

Speaker: Dr. Michael Nesbitt

Dr. Michael Nesbitt is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Calgary, Faculty of Law, and a Fellow with the Centre for Military, Security and Strategic Studies. He teaches, researches, consults and practices in the areas of national security and anti-terrorism law, criminal law, and the law of autonomous sanctions. Michael appears regularly in the media on anti-terrorism, criminal law and sanctions matters in Canada, and has spoken numerous times to committees before both the House of Commons and Senate, as well as Commissions of Inquiry.

Before joining the Faculty of Law, Michael worked as a lawyer and diplomat for Global Affairs Canada, as a lawyer for Canada’s Department of Justice in Ottawa, and as a lawyer and clerk for the United Nations at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in the Hague, the Netherlands. Michael obtained his BCom from Queen’s University, LL.B. from the University of Ottawa, LL.M. from New York University, and SJD from the University of Toronto.

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