New Jersey Law Journal “Diverse Attorneys of the Year”: Fabiana Pierre-Louis

October 30, 2019
New Jersey Law Journal

Types : Bylined Articles

Fabiana Pierre-Louis was the first woman of color to serve as attorney-in-charge of the Trenton branch of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for New Jersey, and then came to hold that same distinction as attorney-in-charge of the office’s Camden branch. In those roles, in addition to overseeing the offices’ criminal caseloads, she handled her own prosecutions. More recently she returned to the Cherry Hill office of Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, where she had been an associate previously, and now practices as a partner in the firm’s white collar and government investigations practice. Pierre-Louis, the daughter of Haitian immigrants, is active in various professional and community groups.


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