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Ilene Jaroslaw Appointed Council Member of the ABA's Criminal Justice Section


New York—August 15, 2018—Hoguet Newman Regal & Kenney, LLP partner Ilene Jaroslaw was named a Council member of the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section at the ABA annual meeting earlier this month in Chicago. In this role, she will act as one of approximately 30 voting members of the Council on behalf of the more than 16,000 members of the ABA Criminal Justice Section, aiming to address the pressing issues facing today’s criminal justice system. She will also serve as co-chair of the Section’s Women in White Collar Crime Subcommittee for 2018-2019.

An active member of the ABA Criminal Justice Section for four years, Ilene has three decades of experience as a federal prosecutor and civil rights litigator representing corporations and individual executives in civil and criminal litigation. As a partner in HNRK’s White Collar Defense & Government Investigations practice, she has particularly deep experience assisting clients with internal investigations, white-collar criminal defense,
and high-value commercial and securities litigation.

Ilene previously received both the Charles E. Rose Award for Outstanding Service by the Eastern District Association, and the Director’s Award for Superior Performance as an AUSA from the U.S. Department of Justice, and recently served as a panelist on cross-border prosecutions at the ABA’s White Collar Crime Institute. She was named a 2018 Woman Worth Watching by Profiles in Diversity Journal and was appointed earlier this year to Law360’s Editorial Advisory Board for White Collar Crime.

Founded in 1920, members of the ABA’s Criminal Justice Section include prosecutors, private defense counsel, appellate and trial judges, law professors, law enforcement personnel, public defenders, and other criminal justice professionals. The Section plays an active leadership role in bringing the views of the ABA to the attention of federal and state courts, Congress, and other federal and state judicial, legislative, and executive policy-making bodies.

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