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    Reproduced with permisssiion from the Daily News, March 23, 2010.

    Continental security subject of address by US Ambassador

    The United States Ambassador to Canada, David Jacobson, will deliver a free public lecture entitled "Securing North America: A Candid Look at the U.S.-Canada border" tonight at 8 p.m. in the Moot Court, Ron W. Ianni Law Building.

    It is the sixth in the annual
    Herb Gray Distinguished Lecture series, which focus on Canada’s place in the world and on those issues which define being Canadian.

    Jacobson presented his credentials to Governor General Michaëlle Jean on October 2, 2009. He had served as special assistant to the president for presidential personnel, and before serving in the White House, spent 30 years as a lawyer, practising in the areas of complex commercial, class action, securities, insurance and business litigation.

    Jacobson also served as a member of CEOs for Cities, a national bipartisan alliance of 75 mayors, corporate executives, university presidents and nonprofit leaders organized to advance the economic competitiveness of cities.


    US Ambassador to Canada David Jacobson.

    The Herb Gray Distinguished Lecture series marks the University of Windsor’s recognition of long-time Windsor West MP Gray’s contributions to the City of Windsor, the Province of Ontario and Canada. It is presented by the University of Windsor, the faculties of Law and Arts and Social Sciences and the Department of Political Science.