The Law and History of Impeachment under the U.S. Constitution - Saamir Nizam
Usha Kasera Lecture Theatre
Edinburgh Law School
Wed 15 January 2020
The Edinburgh Centre for Constitutional Law and the Edinburgh Centre for Private Law present
The Law and History of Impeachment under the U.S. Constitution
Saamir Nizam, Solicitor in Professional Indemnity Litigation, DWF LLP
About the Speaker
Saamir has a general commercial litigation background with experience over a broad range of areas such as high value contractual and regulatory disputes, competition, fraud, and construction litigation matters in the UK and various foreign jurisdictions.
Prior to qualifying as a solicitor in Scotland, Saamir spent over 25 years with the United States government and private law firms working on legislative and investigative matters with a special focus on appropriations, finance, securities, and banking regulation. Saamir also assisted with numerous Congressional investigations, including the BCCI/First American prosecution, the savings and loan crisis, and the inquiry into Big Tobacco (resulting in the Master Settlement Agreement). He also participated in certain national and international investigative efforts including secondments to the Securities and Exchange Commission (for the Enron collapse), International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (for the Bosnian genocide) and the Congress' Democracy Project in Africa (training emerging legislatures to develop robust legislative practices).
This event is free and open to all but registration is required (link below).
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