Emily Schulman has extensive trial and appellate experience in white-collar matters, with particular emphasis on healthcare and financial industries. Her practice focuses on internal and governmental investigations and white collar defense. She has extensive experience representing companies, boards of directors and their committees, and individuals in internal investigations, criminal litigation, government enforcement actions, and federal and state grand jury investigations involving allegations of healthcare fraud, false claims, economic fraud and securities violations.
Prior to joining private practice, Ms. Schulman served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the US Attorney's Office in Massachusetts for more than a decade. In that capacity, she investigated and prosecuted economic and white-collar fraud, money laundering and tax violations, and political and public corruption cases.
Ms. Schulman is co-chair of the Boston Bar Association's Health Law Section, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. She has been a Visiting Lecturer at Harvard Law School since 2010.