Robert R. Berger

Robert R. Berger

Robert R. Berger

Professorial Lecturer in Law



Law School Complex 20th Street, NW between G & H Streets, NW Washington DC 20052

Robert Berger has worked in the area of attorney misconduct and discipline since 2002. He is currently employed at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), where he investigates and prosecutes attorneys for misconduct before the SEC. Prior to joining the SEC, Robert served as the Deputy Chief for the Ethics Office at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for the Department of Homeland Security. While in this position, he led efforts to create an in-house attorney professional conduct advice and training program. Prior to that, he spent five years with the Professional Responsibility Advisory Office at the Department of Justice providing advice and training to Department attorneys, and 10+ years at the Ohio Supreme Court investigating and prosecuting judges and attorneys who violated the professional conduct rules.

Robert received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the Ohio State University and a JD from Capital University Law School.

BA, The Ohio State University; JD, Capital University Law School

  • 6218 Professional Responsibility and Ethics