Alan Silber

August 28th, 2008

Alan Silber brings more than 40 years of experience to his practice. Mr. Silber has litigated cases in Federal Courts and numerous State Courts across the United States. He has tried major white-collar cases involving RICO, bank fraud, and securities fraud, as well as significant drug-conspiracy cases, kidnapping (representing a police officer), and murder.

Mr. Silber is a member of the bar of nine United States’ District Courts, and has litigated in more than a dozen other District Courts An experienced appellate advocate, Mr. Silber has appeared and litigated cases in five United States Courts of Appeals, the United States Supreme Court, the State appellate courts of New York, New Jersey, and in the Supreme Court of Oregon.

Outside of the courtroom, Mr. Silber has earned a reputation for his work with criminal-defense bar associations, as a lecturer, author and as a drug law reformer. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), and serves as both the Chairman of the Drug Law Reform Committee and the Fourth Circuit Coordinator for the Lawyer’s Assistance Committee of that organization. He has served on the Board of Directors of NORML and the Board of Advisors of the Drug Policy Foundation.

He has appeared as a speaker in criminal defense seminars in Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Florida, Louisiana, Washington, D.C., Oregon, Colorado and England. His articles have appeared in The Champion (magazine of NADCL), The Vindicator (magazine of Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers), Rutgers Law Review, and The New Jersey Law Journal.

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