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She handled disciplinary hearings of tenured teachers and trained school administrators on case preparation.
Prior to working in the Department of Education, Ms.
YSRP is actively involved in the response to the Montgomery v.
Louisiana decision in Pennsylvania, and will play a leading role in supporting mitigation and reentry efforts.
Before law school, Joanna worked as a paralegal in the Family Law Unit of Philadelphia Legal Assistance and taught English in Ecuador.
Prior to co-founding YSRP, Joanna served as Associate Director and Staff Attorney of the Toll Public Interest Center at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Before joining the Toll Center, Joanna clerked for Judge Joel Schneider in the United States District Court of the District of New Jersey, and completed a Penn Law Postgraduate Fellowship at Juvenile Law Center, where she advanced efforts to end the practice of sentencing children to life in prison without parole.
His practice focuses on representing companies and audit committees in white collar defense and internal investigations, as well as in complex civil litigation. Adkins served as the top fraud enforcement official in the nation as the Executive Director of the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force, which was formed by President Obama and Chaired by Attorney General Holder. Adkins worked with the top leadership at the DOJ, SEC, and more than 25 other federal and state fraud enforcement agencies to develop national enforcement strategies. Adkins served for eight years as a criminal prosecutor with the U. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California, and served as the Chief of the U. Attorney’s Office in Orange County, where he oversaw numerous FCPA investigations, including the then-largest multi-defendant indictment in the history of the FCPA. Adkins was a member of the Enron Task Force, serving as a trial attorney in the landmark criminal trial against Enron CEOs Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling. Adkins worked as a litigator at a large law firm and as an accountant at a major accounting firm. Adkins graduated with honors from Stanford University and Georgetown University Law Center. Ainley concentrates his practice in the area of family law as a partner in the Chicago law firm of Katz & Stefani, LLC. He was admitted to the Illinois State Bar in 1994 and the Trial Bar of the U. He is a member of the Chicago and Illinois State Bar Associations, and a former appointed member of the ISBA Family Law Section Council and Committee on Professional Conduct.
He is also recognized by his peers as a member of the Leading Lawyers Network and Illinois Super Lawyers. Ainley is a frequent lecturer on family law issues including tax, trusts, evidence, trial advocacy, and business and real property valuation including, Faculty, National Institute for Trial Advocacy and American Bar Association Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute, 20; Speaker, “Business Valuation, Financial and Tax Issues in Divorce”, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 2011; Speaker, “Examining Financial Experts,” Chicago Bar Association, 2010; Business Valuation Guest Attorney “Trying the Domestic Relations Case," Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 20; Speaker, "Advanced Evidence," American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 2008; Speaker, "Issues Affecting the Treatment of Trusts in Divorce," Stout Risius Ross, 2007; Speaker, "Tax Matters and Ramifications in Divorce," National Business Institute, 2007; Speaker, National Business Institute Seminar on Financial Settlement Strategies for Divorce, 2006; Speaker, “Property Issues in Family Law”, Illinois State Bar Association Family Law Section, 2006. Ainley is also a Co-Author of the Attorneys' Fees chapter in the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education Family Law Series, 2008-2011.A former professional musician, when he is not performing legal services for his clients, Jud performs in the Philadelphia area as a jazz saxophone player.