Kelli Lanski is a litigation associate in the firm’s New York office. Her practice focuses on antitrust litigation and international antitrust investigations, white collar criminal defense and international corporate and governmental investigations, including those related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
From 2009 to 2010, Ms. Lanski worked as a Community Service Fellow in the Prisoners’ Rights Project of the Legal Aid Society of New York City.
Ms. Lanski received the Empire State Counsel Designation from NYSBA for Outstanding Pro Bono Contribution and a Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society.
Honors and Awards
Ms. Lanski received a J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 2009, where she was the Executive Notes Editor of the Journal of Legislation and a member of the Moot Court Board, for which she briefed and argued an appeal before the Seventh Circuit. She received a B.A. in Political Science & Mass Communications, cum laude, from The Ohio State University in 2005.
Speeches and Publications
- “DOJ Obtains Guilty Pleas in Optical Disk Drive Investigation,” Dewey & LeBoeuf Antitrust Enforcement: Focus on Criminal Cartels, March 2012.
- “Bridgestone Pleads Guilty to Bid Rigging, Bribery Charges and Pays $28 Million Fine,” Dewey & LeBoeuf Antitrust Enforcement: Focus on Criminal Cartels, November 2011.
- “Spanish Antitrust Regulator Investigates Gas Associations,” Dewey & LeBoeuf Antitrust Enforcement: Focus on Criminal Cartels, November 2011.
- “Federal Government Pares Down Charges in Municipal Bond Bid-Rigging Case,” Dewey & LeBoeuf Antitrust Enforcement: Focus on Criminal Cartels, August 2011.