As a former federal and state prosecutor, Carrie routinely advises and represents corporations, boards, and c-suite executives in sensitive government-facing investigative and regulatory matters. Carrie’s extensive trial experience and distinguished record of success in high-stakes, white-collar defense and securities litigation cement her position as a leading lawyer in these practice areas. Carrie is recognized for her White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations capabilities by Chambers USA, which describes her as “. . .a terrific trial lawyer with great judgment and timing, [who] knows how to present complex cases in a digestible way.” Carrie also serves as co-chair of the firm’s Workplace Misconduct Investigations Task Force and frequently advises clients on these issues as well.
While serving as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Carrie investigated and tried public corruption, investment fraud, and securities cases. She also served as Chief of the Public Integrity Unit in the Criminal Division in the New York State Attorney General’s Office and as an Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Bureau, where she received the Louis J. Lefkowitz Memorial Award for outstanding service.
Carrie serves on multiple bar organizations and task forces as part of her effort to promote the public interest through justice reform. Carrie also has long been a leader in advancing women in the legal profession, both in the United States and globally. She co-chairs Morrison & Foerster’s Women’s Strategy Committee; a group that works with firm leaders to ensure the advancement of women remains a strategic priority. She also serves as a member of the New York City Bar’s Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice, where she spearheads a professional development program for women attorneys in Latin America and South Africa. Carrie co authored the recent, and acclaimed, New York State Bar Association report adopted by the American Bar Association “If Not Now, When? Achieving Equality for Women Attorneys in the Courtroom and in ADR.”
Carrie is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
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