Due to our buildings acoustics, there will not be a Zoom option for this lecture.
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:
Mr. Butch Bracknell is a local Norfolk attorney and is offering this FREE lecture at the d'Art Center on Art Law. The topics that will be covered are below:
Takeaways from this lecture:
Butch Bracknell is an attorney with the Norfolk, Virginia law firm of Crenshaw, Ware & Martin, PLC, and an attorney-consultant with Lexpat Global Services LLC. Until December 2022, he was an assistant legal advisor at NATO’s HQ SACT in Norfolk where he practiced international, business, ethics and compliance, institutional governance, and innovation law. A graduate of Harvard Law School (LLM 2006), the University of Maryland (JD with Honors 1999) and the University of North Carolina (BA 1992) and a current Masters degree candidate at the University of Oxford, he is a retired Marine lieutenant colonel (OF-4). His military duty began as an armor officer with 2nd Tank Battalion, 2nd Marine Division. After law school he served in California, Germany, Virginia, Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Washington DC (The Atlantic Council of the United States), North Carolina, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. His private work centers on procurement, export control, ethics and compliance, data protection and privacy, cybersecurity and employment law.
Butch’s public interest work has focused on:
Butch is a fellow with the Carnegie Council on Ethics in International Affairs and the Royal Society for the Arts and is a member of the Truman National Security Project’s Defense Council. His publications can be found at https://butchbracknell.weebly.com and you can link with him at https://www.linkedin.com/in/robbutchbracknell and on Twitter @ButchBracknell.