Tuesday, March 27
6:30 - 8:00 pm
205 State Street
This event is open to a small group of students; places are filled on a first-come first-serve basis.
Mr. Grover focuses his practice on white-collar criminal matters and civil litigation. He represents individuals and businesses, including politicians, CEOs, attorneys, doctors, accountants, securities analysts and traders, investment bankers, and government agents in all types of matters including campaign finance violations, government corruption (including bribery and foreign corrupt practices), environmental crimes, tax crimes, antitrust crimes, securities violations, insider trading, and all forms of fraud. He was formerly senior special attorney and deputy chief of the U.S. Department of Justice, Organized Crime Strike Force for the Eastern District of New York. As a prosecutor, he convicted the heads of the Gambino and Columbo organized crime families, and he also successfully prosecuted a number of officials in the New York City Carpenters' union on charges of labor racketeering. Read more about Mr. Grover.
This is a unique program that brings back graduates who have excelled in their field of work to meet with students in an intimate setting over lunch or dinner. The graduates discuss their career paths and achievements since Law School, imparting practical advice along the way, and respond to questions from students.
For more information, please contact Caitlin Monck-Marcellino '02, Director of Alumni Relations at 718-780-0322.