Chuck Rosenberg will join the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law’s Prosecutorial Ethics in Real Life lecture series on March 16, 2023 with a presentation titled, "The Korematsu Story: The Duty of Candor to the Court." The series is part of an ongoing effort at Arizona Law to create a national forum for discussion of critical and timely ethical issues in criminal prosecution.
Rosenberg has held numerous senior positions in the United States Department of Justice – as the United States Attorney in both the Eastern District of Virginia and the Southern District of Texas, as the senior counselor for national security to one Director of the FBI, and as the Chief of Staff to another FBI Director, as counselor to the Attorney General of the United States, as the Chief of Staff to the Deputy Attorney General of the United States, and as the Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration – a position from which he resigned in 2017.
A question-and-answer portion will directly follow the presentation.
When: March 16, 2023, 12:00 to 1:30 PM MST
Where: Lecture will be delivered in person at James E. Rogers College of Law, 1201 East Speedway, Tucson, AZ 85721, Room 164
Who may attend: This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required. A zoom option will be available to all who register.
About Chuck Rosenberg
Chuck Rosenberg formerly served as the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia and for the Southern District of Texas; as a senior FBI official on the staff of two FBI Directors; as Counselor to the Attorney General; as the Chief of Staff to the Deputy Attorney General; as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in EDVA in Norfolk and Alexandria; and as the former Acting Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration.
He joined the Department of Justice directly out of law school, through the Attorney General’s Honors Program, and quickly found the job he enjoyed most - as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia, in Norfolk and Alexandria. There, he tried dozens of criminal cases before juries and briefed and argued many of those cases to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Rosenberg prosecuted complex financial fraud crimes, public corruption, violent crimes, and national security cases.
He currently works as a legal analyst for MSNBC and NBC, as a senior counsel for a Washington, D.C. law firm, and as an adjunct professor at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, where he teaches National Security Law and Policy. He is a graduate of Tufts University (BA), Harvard University (MPP), and the University of Virginia (JD). Rosenberg also hosted the acclaimed podcast, The Oath, which finished a four-season run with more than ten million downloads.
About Prosecutorial Ethics in Real Life
The Prosecutorial Ethics in Real Life series, part of University of Arizona Law’s Program for Criminal Law and Policy, is an ongoing effort at University of Arizona Law to create a national forum for discussion of critical and timely ethical issues in criminal prosecution.