Adam Braverman Sworn In as US Attorney in San Diego

SAN DIEGO (CN) — Longtime prosecutor Adam Braverman was sworn in Thursday as U.S. attorney for the Southern District of California, based in San Diego.

Braverman, a native of Columbus, Ohio, has been a prosecutor in the Southern District since 2008, often pursuing international drug smugglers and organizations and domestic gangs.

He was most recently deputy chief of the Criminal Enterprises Section, then interim U.S. attorney.

Braverman earned his bachelor’s degree in political science and criminal just from George Washington University in 1997, and his law degree from the school in 2000. He clerked for District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Ann O’Regan Keary in 2000, then for U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton in the District of Columbia in 2002.

He entered private practice in 2004 at Goodwin Procter in Washington, D.C., clerked for Ninth Circuit Judge Consuelo M. Callahan in 2007.

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