Paul F. Enzinna

Paul Enzinna has been a trial lawyer for nearly 30 years, at some of the nation’s largest and most respected law firms, representing individuals, sovereign governments, and some of the world’s largest corporations in complex and high-stakes criminal and civil matters.  He has conducted investigations, tried cases, argued appeals, and helped businesses of all sizes develop and implement programs to ensure compliance with antitrust, anti-corruption, employment, export control, and government contracting laws.

Paul has been recognized as the R. Kenneth Mundy Lawyer of the Year by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, District of Columbia Chapter, as a Washington Super Lawyer, and by Westlaw Group as one of its Legal Leaders Top Rated Lawyers

Paul was a Founding Board member of the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project, and  obtained the first exoneration under Virginia’s DNA statute.  He has served as an adjunct professor at George Washington University Law School and American University’s Washington School of Law, and as a Commissioner of the Maryland State Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy.

In law school, Paul served as Notes Editor of the Virginia Law Review, was named to the Order of the Coif, and won the Johnson & Swanson Award in Legal Writing, and the Vinson & Elkins Award in Civil Procedure.  Following law school, he served as Law Clerk to Law Clerk to the Hon. J. Harvie Wilkinson, III, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1987-88)

Paul is the author of The Economic Espionage Act: Industrial Spying and Theft of Trade Secrets (ABA)