Susan Wolfe

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Law Office of Susan C. Wolfe

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New York

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Susan Wolfe focuses her practice on white-collar criminal defense at both the trial and appellate levels. She is well-versed in federal securities laws, professional misconduct laws, the federal anti-spam act, and various anti-fraud laws, including mortgage and insurance fraud. She has represented professionals in the real estate, mortgage, securities, and healthcare industries and in the legal profession during all stages of the criminal process, including investigations, bail proceedings, plea negotiations, motions, trial, sentencing, direct appeals, cert petitions, habeas petitions, and collateral licensing matters.

An experienced appellate lawyer, Ms. Wolfe has written and argued numerous appeals. In the last year alone, after filing her clients’ briefs in the Second Circuit, she exacted from the government concessions of error requiring remand for resentencing.

Ms. Wolfe enjoys a robust private practice in Midtown Manhattan. She has taught trial skills for the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program at Cardozo School of Law, written practice commentaries for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, and authored an article for the New York Law Journal celebrating the joys of brief writing (“How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Brief”). She has been a member of several Criminal Bar Associations and a former member of the New York City Bar Association’s Committee on Legal Issues Pertaining to Animals.

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  • New York

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    How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Brief

    Useful "talk-turkey" insights for appellate brief-writing.

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