Criminal Defense Attorney Named Among Top Women Lawyers for Global Who's Who

New York City federal criminal defense lawyer Hope Lefeber to be featured in global database of top professionals.

New York City, Pennsylvania September 29, 2014

New York City Criminal Defense Attorney Hope C. Lefeber was recently invited to join The Global Directory of Who’s Who, a worldwide database of top professionals, as a Who’s Who of Top Women lawyers.

“I’m pleased to inform my clients and prospective clients that I can be found in this global directory,” said Lefeber. “Being listed among the top women lawyers worldwide is an honor, and I look forward to offering my services to those in need of my counsel.”

The Global Directory of Who’s Who is an annual publication which recognizes executives and professionals for their accomplishments and contributions to the global marketplace. The registry serves as a resource for networking and consulting. Lefeber will join thousands of men and women who have demonstrated the hard work, dedication and perseverance necessary to achieve success and upward mobility.

In practice since 1979, Lefeber is an experienced and aggressive federal criminal defense attorney in New York City. Her key areas of practice include defense against charges including white collar crime and drug charges.

As a former enforcement attorney for the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, Lefeber uses the knowledge she gained while working for the government to best defend her clients facing serious state and federal charges of business and corporate fraud, mail and wire fraud, money laundering, financial and securities fraud, and tax fraud.

Lefeber has represented high-profile clients, published numerous articles, lectured on federal criminal law issues, taught Continuing Legal Education classes to other New York City criminal defense attorneys and has been quoted by various media outlets, from TV news to print publications. She uses her extensive experience to vigorously protect the rights of the accused.

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