Biographical Sketch: Judith S. Feigin, Esq.Dawn Bellinger2019-03-10T19:57:18-04:00
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Judith S. Feigin Retired, U. S. Department of Justice Member, New York and California Bars EMPLOYMENT Legal Historian, Office of Special Investigations, Department of Justice Sept. 1999 – May 2005 Reviewed tens of thousands of documents and interviewed dozens of people to obtain detailed history of the Office of Special Investigations; wrote 600+ page report on U.S. efforts to identify, investigate, denaturalize and deport individuals who took part in Nazi-sponsored acts of persecution Deputy Chief, Department of Justice Campaign Finance Task Force Sept. 1997-Sept. 1999 Met weekly with the Attorney General, Deputy Attorney General and other senior DOJ officials; helped supervise approximately two dozen investigations; coordinated with U.S. Attorneys offices on Task Force issues Counsel to the Director, Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys Jan. 1997-Sept. 1997 Ethics contact for Assistant U.S. Attorneys nationwide; helped establish electronic briefbank; worked with the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee to review and revise policies within the Justice Department Assistant U.S. Attorney, Southern District of California Senior Legal Counsel & Special Assistant to the U.S. Attorney Jan. 1994- Jan. 1997 Helped develop and revamp office policies and strategies; assisted U.S. Attorney in his work as head of the Southwest Border Council and the Attorney General’s Special Representative for Southwest Border Issues Appellate Attorney (11 years); Trial Counsel (4% years) Appellate Attorney, Department of Justice, Civil Division Briefed and argued cases in all federal Circuit courts Associate, Rosenman & Colin (New York) PUBLICATIONS Sept. 1978-Jan. 1994 July 1971- May 1978 Aug. 1970-May 1971 The Rule of Law at the Margin: Reinventing Prosecution Policy in the Southern District of California, 12 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 285 (1998) (co-authored with Alan D. B ers in, U.S. Attorney, Southern District of California) Comment, Right to Counsel – Alleged Incompetent Held Entitled to Counsel at Civil Commitment Hearin , 43 N.Y.U.L. Rev. 1004 (1968) Columns in the Los Angeles Times, The San Diego Union-Tribune, the San Diego Daily Transcript EDUCATION New York University School of Law J.D. 1970 Member of Law Review Newman Scholarship -for Achievement Barnard College B.A. 1967 D-1