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Caroline Johnston Polisi

Lecturer in Law

Caroline Johnston Polisi

Lecturer in Law

Caroline Polisi is a criminal defense attorney in New York City and concentrates in the areas of white collar and federal criminal defense, regulatory investigations, complex commercial litigation, and appeals. Named a "rising star" in the field of white collar criminal defense by Super Lawyers, she has represented numerous individuals in both the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York in both criminal and civil matters and has experience in all phases of the litigation process including pre-indictment advocacy, grand jury investigations, complex bail proceedings, pretrial motions, motions in limine, jury selection, trials, sentencing, restitution, forfeiture, and other post-conviction proceedings.

Caroline also has experience handling investigations and prosecutions brought under a wide variety of federal criminal statutes, including banking fraud, health care fraud, bitcoin schemes, Ponzi schemes, insider trading, commercial bribery, Anti-Money-Laundering violations, and conspiracy offenses. Caroline regularly appears on CNN, MSNBC, CBS and Fox News analyzing federal criminal law and is frequently quoted in The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal for her expertise on these topics.

Legal Practice Workshop I
Legal Practice Workshop II