1 EVAN A. JENNESS Evan A. Jenness is a criminal defense attorney who practices primarily in the area of business crimes. Her offices are located in Santa Monica, California. She represents clients in pre-trial investigations; trial, appellate and post-trial proceedings; and administrative matters. She has defended cases involving securities fraud, bank fraud, false statements, tax evasion, mail fraud and wire fraud, and an array of other felony and misdemeanor offenses. She also has substantial experience representing individuals in extradition, treaty transfer, contempt and probation/supervised release revocation proceedings. In June, 2009, she obtained a not guilty verdict on behalf of the lead defendant following a jury trial in United States v. McGowan, et al., CR PA (C.D. Cal.), a prosecution arising from a strike against Ralphs Grocery Company. She is a frequent author and lecturer on federal criminal defense and related matters. Ms. Jenness also has expertise in the area of professional responsibility and ethics in criminal defense practice, and frequently advises lawyers and others, writes and lectures on issues including the duty to protect client confidences, conflicts of interest, prosecutorial misconduct, the attorney-client privilege and work-product doctrine, ineffective assistance of counsel, contempt, the duty of candor, and other matters implicating criminal law ethics. Ms. Jenness is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (Board Member; Ethics Advisory Committee Co-Chair; Attorney Advisor, Ethics Hotline; and Editorial Board Member, The Champion); Federal Bar Association (Treasurer, Los Angeles Chapter); Los Angeles County Bar Association (Chair, Professional Responsibility & Ethics Committee); American Bar Association (Board Member, West Coast Regional White Collar Crime Committee; Co-Chair, WCC Sentencing Subcommittee); and Lawyer Representative to the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference (Co-Chair, Central District of California Lawyer Representatives). Ms. Jenness is a 1988 graduate of Columbia Law School, where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and an Editor of the Journal of Law and Social Problems. Following law school, she served as a law clerk to the (late) Hon. Harry L. Hupp, United States District Judge, Central District of California. She previously served as a trial attorney in the Office of the Federal Public Defender in the Central District of California. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree, Summa Cum Laude, with Highest Honors in Economics, from Brandeis University, and was selected as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She is designated annually in The Best Lawyers in America and Southern California Super Lawyers in the specialty of White-Collar Criminal Defense. A native Bostonian, Ms. Jenness grew up in various countries in Africa, as well as the United States, and enjoys international travel. She is married and resides in Santa Monica, California.
2 EVAN A. JENNESS Law Offices of Evan A. Jenness 2115 Main Street Santa Monica, California (t); (f) EDUCATION Columbia University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1988 Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems Research & Writing Editor, ; Staff, Brandeis University, Bachelor of Arts, 1984 Highest Honors in Economics Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's List Recipient of Steinfield Prize in Economics, 1984 London School of Economics & Political Science Junior year abroad, PROFESSIONAL Law Offices of Evan A. Jenness, Santa Monica, California Criminal Defense Attorney, Fall, Present Representation of clients in federal pre-trial, trial, appellate, post-trial, extradition, and administrative proceedings. Office of the Federal Public Defender, Los Angeles, California Deputy Federal Public Defender, June, Fall, 2004 Law Offices of Barry Tarlow, Los Angeles, California Criminal Defense Attorney, Winter, June, 1996 Irell & Manella, Los Angeles, California Litigation Associate, Fall, Winter, 1993 United States Federal District Court, Central District of California Law Clerk to the (late) Hon. Harry L. Hupp, Fall, Fall, 1989 O'Melveny & Myers, Los Angeles, California Summer Associate, Summer, 1987 Nutter, McClennan & Fish, Boston, Massachusetts Summer Associate, Summer, 1986
3 MEMBERSHIPS & DESIGNATIONS ABA West Coast Regional White Collar Crime Committee, Board Member ABA CJS WCC Sentencing Subcommittee, Co-Chair ABA CJS White Collar Crime Committee, Member ABA CJS Ethics, Gideon & Professionalism Committee, Member Federal Bar Association-LA, Treasurer National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Board Member NACDL Ethics Advisory Committee, Co-Chair NACDL Ethics Advisory Hotline, Attorney Advisor NACDL Editorial Board, The Champion Magazine Lawyer Representative to the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference, Co-Chair of Central District of California Lawyer Representatives Los Angeles County Bar Association, Member LACBA Committee on Professional Responsibility & Ethics, Chair The Best Lawyers in America - White-Collar Criminal Defense Southern California Super Lawyers - White-Collar Criminal Defense PUBLICATIONS Hot Potatoes & Stick y Wickets: The Perplexing Problem of Evidence of Crime, NACDL, The Champion (publication pending) Judicial Remembrance, The Hon. Florence-Marie Cooper, U.S. District Judge, Central District of California, The Federal Lawyer (March/April, 2010) (co-author) Hot Potatoes - The Perplexing Problem of Evidence of Crime, Vol. 30, No. 3, LACBA Update (March, 2010) Judicial Profile, The Hon. Audrey B. Collins, Chief U.S. District Judge, Central District of California, The Federal Lawyer (September, 2009) (co-author) Boomers in the Dock: Age and Sentencing Mitigation, ALM Business Crimes Bulletin (December, 2008) Bringing Sentencing Sanity to Operation Malicious Mortgage, ALM Business Crimes Bulletin (September, 2008) Gaining the Upper Hand in Arguing Loss in Securities Fraud Cases, NACDL The Champion Magazine (September, 2008) Loss in the Air Will Not Do, ALM Business Crimes Bulletin (April, 2008) Attorney-Client Intimacy - Too Hot to Handle?, Vol. 27, No. 6, LACBA Update (June/July 2007) Supervising Outside Agents in a Blame the Lawyers World, Vol. 26, No. 7, LACBA Update (August, 2006)
4 Combating Governmental Interference With Witnesses, Vol. 33, No. 1, CACJ Forum (2006) No Duty to Rat in California, Vol. 25, No. 7, LACBA Update (August, 2005) The Problem of Prosecutorial Vouching, Vol. 32, No. 4, CACJ Forum (2005) Ninth Circuit Affirms Prosecutors Plenary Duty to Investigate Potential Brady/Giglio Evidence, Vol. 28, No. 3, CACJ Forum (2001) LECTURES LACBA Annual Ethics Symposium (1/29/11) (topic pending) Federal Bar Association, Sixth Annual Bankruptcy Ethics Symposium (12/03/10) - California s New Proposed Rules of Professional Conduct NACDL Annual White Collar Crime Conference (10/1/10) - Making Ends Meet: Obtaining Insurance Advancement & Indemnity in White Collar Cases (co-speaker Lee Shidlofsky) Advanced Federal Criminal Law Seminar - St. Louis, Missouri (06/24/10) - Federal Sentencing Update " NACDL Winter Seminar - Aspen, Colorado (1/11/10) - A Sentencing Update & a View From the Bench (panelist) LACBA Ethics 2010: Keeping Current in a World of Change (1/09/10) - What to Do When the Attorney-Client Relationship Ends (co-speaker) Federal Bar Association, Sixth Annual Bankruptcy Ethics Symposium (12/18/09) - "Issues in Client Confidentiality" (panelist, moderator) Disability Rights Center, Loyola University (10/13/09) - Ethics and Professional Responsibility NACDL Annual White Collar Crime Conference (10/1/09) - More Jail, Less Justice - White Collar Sentencing Unhinged From Reality (panelist) NACDL Annual Meeting & Seminar (8/7/09) - Ethical Post-Conviction in Light of Innocence (panelist) Los Angeles CJA Indigent Defense Panel Appellate Training Program (3/26/09) - Ethical Dilemmas and Post-Conviction Responsibilities LACBA Ethics Symposium (1/10/09) Termination of the Attorney-Client Relationship (cospeaker David Brandon, Esq.) Federal Bar Association, Fifth Annual Bankruptcy Ethics Symposium (12/12/08) - What s Up With Ethics?
5 Los Angeles CJA Indigent Defense Panel Annual Training Program (11/22/08) - Ethical Dilemmas and Post-Conviction Responsibilities (co-speaker) Los Angeles County Bar Association/Federal Bar Association (10/22/08) Federal Court Practice in the Central District of California - Changes, Trends and Updates (panel moderator) Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Federal Defender Services, Mobile, Alabama (10/17/08) Resolving Ethics Issues in Federal Criminal Defense Practice Los Angeles County Public Defender Training Program (10/2/08) - Professional Responsibility & Criminal Defense Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Defender Services, Los Angeles, California (9/6/08) Ethical Issues Confronting Criminal Defense Attorneys (panelist) Los Angeles Federal Public Defender, Training Program for New Defenders (4/17/08) Ethics & Federal Defense Practice NACDL Winter Seminar - Aspen, Colorado (1/25/08) Strategies for Resolving Ethical Issues in Criminal Law Issues From the Trenches of Criminal Defense Practice (panelist) LACBA Criminal Justice Section: Navigating the Federal Criminal Court Maze - A Nuts & Bolts Primer (1/19/07) Ethics in Federal Practice (co-speaker) LACBA Ethics 2007: Keeping Current in a World of Change (12/14/07) - Ethics in Criminal Defense Practice (co-speaker) ABA West Coast Regional White Collar Crime Committee Annual Meeting (12/11/07) Federal Sentencing Update NACDL Mid-Winter Conference - San Diego, California (2/23/07) Ethical Responsibility in the Technological Age LACBA CLE Seminar (2/15/07) Strategies for Managing Civil, Criminal and Ethical Risks for the Mid- and Large Sized Law Firm (co-speaker) NACDL Winter Seminar - Aspen, Colorado (1/25/07) Federal Sentencing Update (panelist)
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