Anthony Bjelke is a second-year law student and the Symposium Editor for the NSLB. He is originally from Dix Hills, New York and graduated from Sienna College with a Bachelors degree in Political Science and a minor in History. Anthony has worked at the Institute of International Banking Law and Practice, the WCL Program on Law and Government and at the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic. He joined the NSLB because he has always been very interested in national security as a broad policy consideration, and specifically the cyber elements of the field. For him, given the increasing inter-connectivity of the world economy through increased trade and technological infrastructure, it is clear that national security concerns will only be made more acute in the years to come. Seeing as the general trend is for national security to become more involved in any number of different fields, Anthony believes that having this background is an incredible asset going forward. You can read some of Anthony’s work at: http://nationalsecuritylawbrief.com/sunset-provisions-providing-parameters-for-the-use-of-military-force/.
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