JOHN P. FLANNERY & JOYCE VANCE • A Virtual Conversation moderated by Errol Louis

JOHN P. FLANNERY & JOYCE VANCE • A Virtual Conversation moderated by Errol Louis

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JOHN P. FLANNERY & JOYCE VANCE • A Virtual Conversation moderated by Errol Louis

John P. Flannery, II, is a former federal appellate law clerk, NY federal prosecutor and Congressional special counsel. He is listed in Who’s Who in America, having handled complex civil and criminal matters, and represented clients for 40 years in courts across the nation. He is a regular commentator on television, frequently appearing on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews and Ari Melber’s The Beat, as well as on CNN. As a former NY federal prosecutor he handled widely publicized federal criminal investigations and prosecutions. In private practice John represented all the airlines in the Air Traffic Controllers Strike in 1981, and negotiated a settlement for the airlines amounting to $28,869,000.00. John served on Capitol Hill, as Special Counsel to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, investigating Quadaffi’s efforts to subvert American foreign policy. On the House side, he served as Special Counsel, investigating the mob’s influence in the Laborers International Union and their influence on the Teamsters International Union, and he made a nationwide assessment of the “American Worker.” His most challenging assignment on the Hill, however, was his work on the impeachment proceedings of President William Jefferson Clinton (for the Democratic minority). John’s current litigation practice (www.lawyerflannery.com) is both civil and criminal, trial and appellate, federal and state.

 

Joyce White Vance is a Distinguished Professor of the Practice of Law at Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr. School of Law at The University of Alabama. She served as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama from 2009 to 2017. She was nominated for that position by President Barack Obama in May of 2009 and unanimously confirmed by the Senate in August of 2009. Professor Vance served on the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee and was the Co-Chair of its Criminal Practice Subcommittee. As U.S. Attorney, she was responsible for overseeing all federal criminal investigations and prosecutions in north Alabama, including matters involving civil rights, national security, cybercrime, public corruption, health care and corporate fraud, violent crime and drug trafficking. She was also responsible for affirmative and defensive civil litigation on behalf of the government and for all federal criminal and civil appeals. Before becoming U.S. Attorney, Professor Vance served as an Assistant United States Attorney in Birmingham for 18 years. She spent ten years as a criminal prosecutor, before moving to the Appellate Division in 2002. She became the Chief of that Division in 2005. Prior to her work as a federal prosecutor, she spent six years as a litigator in private practice. Professor Vance received a B.A. from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, magna cum laude, and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of law. Professor Vance is the 2017 recipient of the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health’s Lou Wooster Public Health Hero Award for her leadership in creating a community-engaged initiative that included partners from law enforcement, the medical and business communities, and educators to address the heroin and opioid epidemic in northern Alabama. She is a frequent legal commentator on MSNBC and other news outlets.

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