Charles E. Clayman

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Attorney Awards


Assistant District Attorney, New York County, 1969-1973. Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of New York, 1973-1977. General Counsel, New York City Department of Investigation, 1977-1978.

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Criminal Litigation
  • Criminal Defense
  • Regulatory Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
212-922-1080  Phone
212-949-8255  Fax
University Attended:
Harvard University, B.A., 1966
Law School Attended:
University of Pennsylvania, J.D., 1969
Year of First Admission:
1973, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit and U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York; 1970, New York
The Association of the Bar of the City of New York (Member, Committee on Criminal Law, 1990—); New York State (Member, Criminal Courts Committee, 1986—) and American (Member, Criminal Justice Section; Consultant to Section Chairman, 1978-1979) Bar Associations; Federal Bar Council (Member, Appellate Division, First Department, Central Screening Committee); New York Council of Defense Lawyers (Board of Directors, 1994—).
Birth Information:
Quincy, Massachusetts, November 26, 1944

Peer Reviews

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New York, New York

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