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Join Jim Lough as he draws upon his expertise in constitutional law, government procedures, legislative drafting, and his role as an educator at San Diego State University School of Public Affairs to delve into the intriguing topic of addressing UFO phenomena. With a personal interest fueled by close encounters witnessed throughout his lifetime, Jim provides unique insights into this enigma. Tune in for a captivating exploration.
BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/UFO-Briefing-Book-Congressional-Phenomenon/dp/1977240909
BIO: From 1980 to 2018, Mr. Lough (pronounced Low) specialized in local government law. He has served as the City Attorney for the Cities of Hermosa Beach, Fresno (in-house 1991-1995), Sanger, Lemon Grove, Imperial Beach, and Solana Beach. Mr. Lough has also served as the County Counsel to the County Humboldt (in-house 1989-1991). As County Counsel, he supervised the County’s civil legal staff and represented the Board of Supervisors, County Departments, Special Districts and the Grand Jury. In 2001, Mr. Lough joined a firm in El Cajon, California, where he served as City Attorney for Lemon Grove, Imperial Beach, and Solana Beach. He handled general municipal issues, stormwater, labor and environmental issues and represented various cities in writ proceedings and appellate work. He later joined a firm in Escondido, California in 2010 as Of Counsel. Mr. Lough represented the City of Lemon Grove as City Attorney, and has served as Special Counsel for a variety of entities including Carlsbad, Chula Vista, El Centro, Fresno, Oceanside, San Marcos, San Diego and Vista. He successfully represented City of Vista before the California Supreme Court on the issue of whether Charter Cities are subject to state legislative control in the expenditure of locally-generated tax revenues. Throughout his practice, Mr. Lough has advised local governments on elections, open meeting laws, public records, personnel, labor negotiations, public contracting and other general services. In litigation, he has represented local governments in Prop 218 fee cases, environmental quality matters, construction claims, Public Records Act and gift of public fund claims and election challenges. For private clients, he has handled election matters, civil rights, non-profit corporate governance issues, public pension matters, and campaign disclosure compliance issues. Most of his final decade of practice focused on advising local governments in high profile personnel and contentious governance issues. He also served as an expert witness on land use and open meeting laws in matters before trial courts.
Mr. Lough has published numerous articles for various legal publications, including the Duquesne Law Review, California Public Law Journal and Western Cities Magazine. He is also a co-editor of the 2001 edition of the Municipal Law Handbook and editor of the Proposition 209 Implementation Guide, both published by the League of California Cities. Since retiring, he has written the UFO Briefing Book: A Congressional Guide to the UAP Phenomenon and Threat to the Body Politic: Foo Fighters to UAP. From 2018 to 2020, Lough was a part-time lecturer at the San Diego State University School of Public Affairs. He taught a graduate course, Decision Making in Urban Communities. The course used crisis points to illustrate how decisions are recommended, adopted and implemented. He used hypothetical examples addressing high profile issues, such as climate change, homelessness and police officer involved shootings. Mr. Lough attended California State University (Fullerton), where he earned a degree in Political Science. In 1979, he earned his Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles. At Southwestern, he was a Member of the Law Review and a Moot Court team member in the U.S. State Department’s Phillip Jessup International Law competition (National Semifinalist). In 1980, he received his LL.M (Master of Laws) in Urban Studies from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. He currently lives Ramona, California with his wife and mother. He has two adult children and a grandson. He considers himself an Experiencer who has had regular contact with non-terrestrial biological entities.

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Join Jim Lough as he draws upon his expertise in constitutional law, government procedures, legislative drafting, and his role as an educator at San Diego State University School of Public Affairs to delve into the intriguing topic of addressing UFO phenomena. With a personal interest fueled by close encounters witnessed throughout his lifetime, Jim provides unique insights into this enigma. Tune in for a captivating exploration. BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/UFO-Briefing-Book-Congressional-Phenomenon/dp/1977240909 BIO: From 1980 to 2018, Mr. Lough (pronounced Low) specialized in local government law. He has served as the City Attorney for the Cities of Hermosa Beach, Fresno (in-house 1991-1995), Sanger, Lemon Grove, Imperial Beach, and Solana Beach. Mr. Lough has also served as the County Counsel to the County Humboldt (in-house 1989-1991). As County Counsel, he supervised the County’s civil legal staff and represented the Board of Supervisors, County Departments, Special Districts and the Grand Jury. In 2001, Mr. Lough joined a firm in El Cajon, California, where he served as City Attorney for Lemon Grove, Imperial Beach, and Solana Beach. He handled general municipal issues, stormwater, labor and environmental issues and represented various cities in writ proceedings and appellate work. He later joined a firm in Escondido, California in 2010 as Of Counsel. Mr. Lough represented the City of Lemon Grove as City Attorney, and has served as Special Counsel for a variety of entities including Carlsbad, Chula Vista, El Centro, Fresno, Oceanside, San Marcos, San Diego and Vista. He successfully represented City of Vista before the California Supreme Court on the issue of whether Charter Cities are subject to state legislative control in the expenditure of locally-generated tax revenues. Throughout his practice, Mr. Lough has advised local governments on elections, open meeting laws, public records, personnel, labor negotiations, public contracting and other general services. In litigation, he has represented local governments in Prop 218 fee cases, environmental quality matters, construction claims, Public Records Act and gift of public fund claims and election challenges. For private clients, he has handled election matters, civil rights, non-profit corporate governance issues, public pension matters, and campaign disclosure compliance issues. Most of his final decade of practice focused on advising local governments in high profile personnel and contentious governance issues. He also served as an expert witness on land use and open meeting laws in matters before trial courts. Mr. Lough has published numerous articles for various legal publications, including the Duquesne Law Review, California Public Law Journal and Western Cities Magazine. He is also a co-editor of the 2001 edition of the Municipal Law Handbook and editor of the Proposition 209 Implementation Guide, both published by the League of California Cities. Since retiring, he has written the UFO Briefing Book: A Congressional Guide to the UAP Phenomenon and Threat to the Body Politic: Foo Fighters to UAP. From 2018 to 2020, Lough was a part-time lecturer at the San Diego State University School of Public Affairs. He taught a graduate course, Decision Making in Urban Communities. The course used crisis points to illustrate how decisions are recommended, adopted and implemented. He used hypothetical examples addressing high profile issues, such as climate change, homelessness and police officer involved shootings. Mr. Lough attended California State University (Fullerton), where he earned a degree in Political Science. In 1979, he earned his Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles. At Southwestern, he was a Member of the Law Review and a Moot Court team member in the U.S. State Department’s Phillip Jessup International Law competition (National Semifinalist). In 1980, he received his LL.M (Master of Laws) in Urban Studies from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. He currently lives Ramona, California with his wife and mother. He has two adult children and a grandson. He considers himself an Experiencer who has had regular contact with non-terrestrial biological entities. https://kgradb.com/podcast-ufo/ read more read less

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