Brian Fahl

Adjunct Professor of Law

Biography

Professor Fahl focuses his practice on white collar criminal defense, regulatory compliance, complex civil litigation and appeals.  He began his career as an associate federal public defender, representing clients charged with drug crimes, firearms offenses, sex crimes, bank fraud, money laundering, and immigration crimes.

In over ten years of practice, Professor Fahl has developed an expertise in complex litigation.  He has represented clients charged with violating FDA regulations, foreign nationals and United States citizens charged with violating international trade regulations, violations of the Clean Air Act and criminal copyright infringement

Professor Fahl renowned appellate practice, appearing regularly before the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.  He was involved with two cases before the United States Supreme Court: the landmark case United States v. Booker, and Logan v. United States.