B.A., University of Chicago; LL.M, Boston University; J.D., Suffolk University
Corey J. Smith is currently a Senior Litigation Counsel with the U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division. He previously was with the National Security Division, Terrorism Financing Unit, and served for three years as an Assistant Chief with the Tax Division. Mr. Smith has been a Adjunct Professor with George Washington University Law School since 2005.
A veteran of over 100 criminal tax and white collar fraud prosecutions, he came to the U.S. Department of Justice in 1991 after three years in the Financial Services Industry consulting group at Ernst & Young in Chicago. From 1992 through 1995 Mr. Smith served on the Federal Savings and Loan Task Force in San Diego, California. He has authored law review articles addressing advanced evidentiary concepts including, “Obtaining Foreign Evidence Outside the MLAT Process,” United States Attorney’s Bulletin (Winter 2007), “Prosecution of Immunized Informants,” 35 Criminal law Bulletin 6 (Nov/Dec 1999), and “Financial Records: Their Procurement and use in Federal Prosecutions,” 34 Criminal Law Bulletin, 1 (1988).