Major Fellowship Activities: Lennox worked with both the Terrorism Project and the Non-Proliferation Project. She wrote the on-line Briefing Book on Tactical Nuclear Weapons. She proofread and fact-checked “The Terrorism Prevention Handbook: A Guide to U.S. Government Terrorism Prevention Resources and Programs.” She is compiling a weekly update on terrorism prevention-related events occurring around the Washington, DC area, and wrote or contributed to the “Daily Play-by-Play” of important developments in the Senate debate on the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, both of which are sent out via e-mail. She completed an on-line briefing book on tactical nuclear weapons for the Non-Proliferation Project and designed the Word and HTML pages for publication. She helped design and compile a table comparing the House, Senate, and final versions of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (distributed to House Appropriations Committee staff). She attended a Senate Foreign Relations Committee Hearing on Iraq with testimony from Madeleine Albright, Henry Kissinger and Colin Powell; a luncheon discussion on The Threat to America from Offshore Missile Attacks held by the George C. Marshall Center; and a Woodrow Wilson Center Director’s Forum with Bill Clinton. She created webpages about the Department of Homeland Security and the Senate DHS debate.
Current Activities: Lennox is an attorney with Conservation Force. They represent the interests of sustainable use as a force for the conservation of wildlife in the U.S. and around the world. Conservation Force is a land trust, law firm, and non-governmental advisor of developing governments as to how best to utilize wildlife and natural resources as a development priority, revenue stream, and engine for greater conservation. Her specialties include Africa elephant (Zambia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania); black rhino (Namibia); and Marco Polo Argali and Markhor (Takikistan).
She was previously an Associate in the litigation department at Bingham McCutchen LLP. She litigated complex financial transactions and fraud cases, and advised clients on the interpretation of transaction documents. She also participated in pro bono activities including defending an Afghan detainee in prison at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan. She was previously a Law Clerk to the Honorable Curtis L. Collier, Chief U.S. District Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee. She handled a mixed docket of civil and criminal cases. During law school she was a Robert Netherland Miller merit scholar and executive editor of the Alaska Law Review, a scholarly publication that examines legal issues affecting the state of Alaska, published by students from Duke’s School of Law, and received a Public Service Award at graduation. During law school she twice attended the annual National Security Law conference and took National Security Law with Scott Silliman.