About Andrew Lelling
Andrew Lelling is a partner at the law firm Jones Day, specializing in government investigations and white collar defense. Until March 2021, he was the United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, having been appointed to that position by President Trump in December 2017. In that role, Mr. Lelling was the most senior law enforcement official in Massachusetts, overseeing 125 federal prosecutors investigating sophisticated frauds, international drug trafficking and money laundering, terrorism and espionage matters, and other complex crimes. Mr. Lelling worked for the Justice Department in various roles for 20 years. From 2001 – 2003, as a senior Department official, he led the Department’s investigation of the 2000 presidential election in Florida and negotiated human rights issues with the Chinese government and at the European Union.
Before joining the Justice Department, Mr. Lelling worked at law firms in New York and Boston. He graduated cum laude from University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1994 and received his B.A. in Literature & Rhetoric from Binghamton University in 1991.
Intrigued with the 2019 Varsity Blues college admission scandal? Join us for an insightful presentation on the scandal presented by former United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts and Sharon resident, Andrew Lelling.
Reflecting on Varsity Blues -
Two Years Later
SHARON PUBLIC LIBRARY
May 10, 2021 at 7 pm
This free presentation is co-sponsored by The Friends of Sharon Public Library and The Sharon Public Library.