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					                                 RESUME OF NINA MARINO


                                         EMPLOYMENT

Partner, Kaplan Marino, PC
Beverly Hills, California - 1998 to present.

Sole Practitioner
Beverly Hills, California - 1989 to 1998


                                       BAR ADMISSIONS

California Supreme Court, 1989

United States Court of Appeal, Ninth Circuit, 1990

United States District Court, Eastern, Northern, Southern, Central, 1990

Supreme Court of The United States, 1996


                                           EDUCATION

State Bar of California Board Certified Specialist, 2001

J.D. University of Laverne School of Law, California, 1989

B.A. University of Miami, Florida, 1985

Attended University of London, England, 1984 & 1986


            SELECTED SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS, LECTURES, SEMINARS

3/1/2012 - “Representing Individuals: To Plead or Not to Plead-What Price Cooperation?”(ABA,
National Institute on White Collar Crime, Miami, FL)

2012 - “Women in the Federal Criminal Justice System Who Get it Done!” (WLALA, Los
Angeles, CA)
2011 - “Fourth Annual Sentencing and Reentry Institute and Criminal Justice Legal Educators
Colloquium” (ABA, Criminal Justice Section, Washington, D.C.)

2011 - “11th Annual Practical Aspects of Practicing Criminal Law” (Beverly Hills Bar
Association, Beverly Hills, CA)

2011 - “Anatomy of a Trial: Young Lawyer Trial Skills Training” (ABA, Criminal Justice
Section and Section of Litigation, Miami, FL.)

2011 - “Master Women Litigators” (Women Lawyers of Los Angeles, Annual Litigators Forum,
Los Angeles, CA)

2011 - “Witness Discovery and Witness Preparation in White Collar Criminal Cases-At What
Cost Winning?” (American Bar Association, National Institute on White Collar Crime, San
Diego, CA)

2010 - “10th Annual Practical Aspects of Practicing Criminal Law” (Beverly Hills Bar
Association, Beverly Hills, CA)

2009 - “Individual Rights in Criminal Litigation” (American Bar Association, National Institute
on White Collar Crime, San Francisco, CA)

2008 - “The Role of the Audit Committee” (American Bar Association, National Institute on
White Collar Crime, Miami, Florida.

2008 - “Work Life Balance Pays!” (American Bar Association Section of International Law, Los
Angeles, California)


                         ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

American Bar Association:

       Director CLE, Criminal Justice Section, 2012-2013
       Vice Chair at Large Criminal Justice Section Counsel, 2009-2011
       Board Member Criminal Justice Section Counsel, 2005-2008
       Co-Chair, Solo and Small Firm Committee, 2007-2008
       Co-Chair, Defense Function Committee, 2001-2002
       U.S. Attorney Liaison, White Collar Crime Committee, West Coast Chapter 2000-2001

Women Lawyer's Association of Los Angeles

       Chairperson, Criminal Defense Law Section, 1997-1998, 2010-2012
       Vice Chairperson, Criminal Defense Law Section, 1996-1997
       Co-Chairperson, Criminal Justice Section, 1998-1999
       Board of Governors, 1996-1999, 2010-2012
Central District of California Committee on Discipline, 2012-2013

Lawyer Representative, Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference, 2003-2006

Counsel, Rampart Independent Review Panel, 2000-2001

Beverly Hills Bar Association

       Member, Current
       Co-Chair, Criminal Law Section, 2001-2003
       Board of Governors, 2000-2003

Board Member, State Bar Committee on the Federal Courts, 1999-2002

California Women Lawyers, Board of Governors, 1998-1999

Northern California Women Defenders, Board of Governors, 1999-2002

Member, National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys

Member, Los Angeles County Bar Association

Member, National Association of Women Lawyers


                                SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

“A Call for Reform: The Failure of Brady”, Author, Los Angeles Daily Journal, February 9,
2010.

“Defending International Extraditions”, Co-Author, American Bar Association, Criminal Justice
Magazine Winter Issue, 2008.

“Public Corruption”, Author, Federal Sentencing for Business Crimes. Matthew Bender, 2004.

“The McDade Amendment; Moving Toward a Meaningful Limitation on Wrongful Prosecutorial
Contact with Represented Parties”. Co-Author, The Richmond Journal of Law and Public
Interest, 2000.

				
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