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Todd Eric Edelman

Todd Eric Edelman, American judge. Grantee E. Barrett Fellowship, Georgetown University Law Center, Prettyman Fellow, Wasserstein Public Interest Fellowship, Harvard Law School; Root-Tilden Scholar. Member of District of Columbia Bar Association (member steering committee Criminal Law and Individual Rights Section), Washington Council of Lawyers (former member board directors).

Background

  • Edelman, Todd Eric was born in 1968 in St. Louis.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Political Science cum laude, Yale University, 1990. Juris Doctor cum laude, New York University, 1994.

    Career

    • Law clerk for Honorary William B. Bryant United States District Court, District of Columbia. Trial attorney Public Defender Service (PDS) for District of Columbia, 1997—2005, chief Serious Felony Section, 2002, training director, 2004. Of counsel Bredhoff & Kaiser, Professional limited liability company, 2005—2008.

      Associate judge Civil Division Superior Court of District of Columbia, since 2010. Adjunct professor Georgetown University Law School, 2004—2008, visiting associate professor, 2008—2010. Faculty member Harvard Law School Trial Advocacy Workshop, Southern Public Defender Training Center, National Legal Aid and Defender Association Trial Advocacy College, Georgia Public Defender Standards Council Honors Program, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations Lawyers Coordinating Committee Litig.

      Workshop, Washington Council of Lawyers Litig. Skills and Evidence Training Programs.

    Membership

    Member of District of Columbia Bar Association (member steering committee Criminal Law and Individual Rights Section), Washington Council of Lawyers (former member board directors).
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