Morgan Lewis Seminars

Current and Emerging Issues in Export Controls Symposium

January 23, 2020
08:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Networking lunch to follow

Please join us for our upcoming symposium on Current and Emerging Issues in Export Controls, presented by Morgan Lewis and the National Security Institute at George Mason University (NSI), with a half-day of presentations and discussions on the most compelling issues in export control laws and regulations.


  • Emerging and foundational technologies under the Export Control Reform Act 
  • Export controls enforcement update and issues in enforcement
  • Energy and nuclear export controls
  • Criminal Enforcement: New decade, new guidelines?

Panelists will include Morgan Lewis and NSI authorities on export law and representatives from key US government agencies, including: 

  • Giovanna M. Cinelli: Partner, Morgan Lewis
  • Elizabeth Abraham: Senior Counsel, US Department of Commerce
  • David P. Burns: Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General, National Security, US Department of Justice
  • Peter B. Davidson: Deputy Dean for Strategic Initiatives, GMU Antonin Scalia Law School; Former General Counsel, US Department of Commerce
  • Grant W. Eskelsen: Associate, Morgan Lewis
  • Cordell Hull: Acting Undersecretary for Industry and Security, US Department of Commerce 
  • Jamil N. Jaffer: NSI Founder and Executive Director
  • Zane David Memeger: Partner, Morgan Lewis
  • Matthew S. Miner: Partner, Morgan Lewis
  • Kenneth J. Nunnenkamp: Partner, Morgan Lewis
  • Alex S. Polonsky: Partner, Morgan Lewis
  • Heather C. Sears: Of Counsel, Morgan Lewis
  • Julie Stevenson: Assistant General Counsel, Exelon Generation
  • Dominic: Intelligence Analyst, FBI


Please contact Stefani Cornwall.