Evelina Norwinski has represented corporations and individuals in a broad range of criminal and civil matters in both federal and state courts, including cases involving the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), the Lanham Act, product liability, environmental liability, and Americans with Disabilities Act. Ms. Norwinski has argued more than 20 appeals in the US Courts of Appeal and assisted clients on various corporate policy matters and internal investigations.
Before joining Arnold & Porter LLP, Ms. Norwinski served as an Assistant Federal Public Defender and lectured on criminal law issues. She also served as an adjunct professor in legal research and writing at the George Washington University School of Law and served as a law clerk for Judge Donald Russell, US Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit. Ms. Norwinski is a 1991 graduate of Stanford Law School, where she served as the Senior Articles Editor of the Stanford Law Review.