Tuesday, April 1, 2014

FFT: Mark Zaid, Esq. '89, "What Does it Take To be a Spy?" Obtaining National Security

What's Beyond Rochester? The Food for Thought series is an opportunity to learn about careers and get firsthand advice from successful alumni in a variety of fields. All Students are welcome.  These events are sponsored by the Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center and Office of Alumni Relations.  

 What Does It Take To Be A Spy, or Obtain A Federal Government Job?

Navigating the Security Clearance Process

Thursday, April 24
4 p.m.
A career in national security is one of the most challenging and valuable opportunities in our nation today. Join Mark S. Zaid, Esq. ’89, renowned national security attorney, as he coaches on strengthening an application for security clearance processes.

Mark will walk through the process of completing an SF-86 National Security questionnaire, explain what to expect during polygraph examinations, and share advice on how to maximize the chances to qualify for federal employment requiring a security clearance.

Mark S. Zaid,  Managing Partner, Mark S. Zaid, P.C., specializes in national security, litigation and lobbying on matters relating to international transactions, torts and crimes, foreign sovereign and diplomatic immunity, defamation (plaintiff) and the Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts (FOI/PA). He was named as a Washington, D.C. Super Lawyer in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, as well as a "Best Lawyer" by Washingtonian Magazine in 2009 and 2011, for his national security work. As the National Law Journal once wrote, “if Agent Mulder ever needed a lawyer, Zaid would be his man.”

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear from this well-known expert and one of our very own!
Space is limited. Please RSVP to Michelle Marks-Hook or call 585-275-5375.

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