The Princeton Association of New York City (PANYC), the Princeton Club of Philadelphia (PCOP) and the Princeton Area Alumni Association (PA3) are delighted to invite you to a fireside chat with Andrew Weissmann '80.
WHERE LAW ENDS pulls back the curtain to reveal what went on day-to-day in the Special Counsel’s investigation, putting the reader in the room as the team plotted its strategy and made its most consequential decisions. It documents the choices the Mueller team made, good and bad, for all to see and judge and learn from.”
Andrew Weissmann' 80 Bio:
Andrew Weissmann '80 teaches criminal procedure and national security law at New York University School of Law and is a partner at the law firm Jenner & Block. He served as a lead prosecutor in Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s Office and as the general counsel for the FBI under Director Mueller. He also served as chief of the Fraud Section in the Department of Justice, and directed the Enron Task Force, where he supervised prosecutions in connection with the company’s collapse. As a federal prosecutor for fifteen years in the Eastern District of New York, Weissmann prosecuted numerous members of the Colombo, Gambino, and Genovese crime families, and police officers for misconduct arising from the attack on Abner Louima. He holds degrees from Columbia Law School and Princeton University.
Michael Vatis '85 is a partner at Steptoe & Johnson LLP in New York, where he chairs the Privacy & Cybersecurity practice and is an appellate litigator. Earlier in his legal career, Michael was a law clerk to Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Thurgood Marshall. During the Clinton Administration, he served as Special Counsel in the Defense Department, Associate Deputy Attorney General for national security matters at the Justice Department, and the first head of the FBI's cybercrime program.