Richard H. DeaneAdjunct Faculty
Rick Deane is a partner with the Jones Day law firm and co-chairs the firm's corporate criminal investigations practice. Rick's experience includes more than 14 years as an assistant United States attorney, including serving as chief of the criminal division.
In 1994, Rick was appointed to the position of United States magistrate judge. In 1998, President Clinton appointed Rick as United States attorney for the Northern District of Georgia. During this time, Attorney General Janet Reno appointed Rick to serve on the attorney general's advisory committee.
In 2001, Rick was named by Time Magazine to the "Time 100 List of Innovators" for his creativity and determination in the application of the RICO statute to fight local crime involving child prostitution.
Rick received B.A. and J.D. degrees from The University of Georgia and an LL.M. from the University of Michigan. Rick is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He is on the board of the Truancy Intervention Project, the High Museum of Art, and the BASICS Program and is an adjunct law professor at Georgia State University.Richard H. Deane
E-mail: rhdeane@@E R A S Ejonesday.com
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