A. John Radsan
Afsheen "John" Radsan is the former Assistant General Counsel of the Central Intelligence Agency and is currently a professor of law at Mitchell Hamline School of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota.. Prior to his academic and government career, he held positions as a corporate lawyer and consultant..
Education[edit | edit source]
Career[edit | edit source]
After graduating from Harvard, Radsan worked as an associate for Baker and McKenzie from 1988-1989, and for Sullivan and Cromwell from 1989-1990. Transferring to the public sector, Radsan served in the Department of Justice as a resident legal advisor in Moscow in 1995, and as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of California from 1995-1997. Radsan also served as the Assistant General Counsel of the CIA from 2002-2004.
In 2004, Radsan took a position at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. As part of his time in academia, he has written 21 articles which focus on national security and espionage. He is often quoted by the national media.
Personal Life[edit | edit source]
In 2012, Radsan was given a restraining order by a woman with whom he had engaged in an affair. The woman, Kristi Rendahl, alleged that Radsan had harrassed her after their falling out. The story appeared in various local news outlets.
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