2022 US Sciences Po Alumni Award to Jamieson Greer
The Sciences Po American Foundation is honoring an Alumnus whose professional success embodies the values of excellence of Sciences Po. Jamieson Greer, partner in the International Trade team at King & Spalding will receive the 2022 US Sciences Po Alumni Award.
The evening will give Alumni and friends of Sciences Po a privileged opportunity to hear from Greer's experience firsthand. He will give us a privileged insight about : “Lessons from Russia: the Future of Trade Between China and the West.”
It will also be a unique opportunity to gather and network.
All friends of Sciences Po are welcome - please feel free to forward this invitation to your network.
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Jamieson Greer is a partner in the International Trade team at King & Spalding. His practice covers trade remedies, trade policy and negotiations, trade agreement enforcement, export and import compliance, and CFIUS matters. He has represented clients in trade remedy litigation before the Department of Commerce, the International Trade Commission and federal courts. He has also assisted clients with advocacy before senior government officials and agencies with jurisdiction over international trade matters. His clients include manufacturing, technology, energy, pharmaceutical, agriculture, financial and investment services, hospitality, and aerospace and defense companies.
Prior to joining King & Spalding, Jamieson was the Chief of Staff to the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), Ambassador Robert Lighthizer. He worked very closely with Ambassador Lighthizer and senior White House officials on developing and implementing trade policy and advised the USTR on all aspects of the agency’s mission. Jamieson was also deeply involved in the Administration’s negotiations on the Phase One trade deal with China and participated in numerous strategy sessions with Ambassador Lighthizer, the President and other cabinet members as part of that process. He was a critical part of USTR’s efforts to negotiate and obtain Congressional approval of the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. Jamieson participated in every major Administration trade action initiated during his three years at USTR.
Before working at USTR, Jamieson spent several years in private practice focusing on trade-related matters, from compliance with U.S. export controls to transactions subject to CFIUS’s approval, trade remedies and antidumping laws.
Jamieson also served in the U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps, including a deployment to Iraq. He served as both prosecutor and defense counsel in criminal investigations and courts-martial involving U.S. airmen.
Jamieson appears regularly in print and news media, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, and the BBC.