Tanisha Palvia Named CLE Co-Chair for North Carolina Bar Association Criminal Justice Section Council


Brooks Pierce attorney Tanisha Palvia has been named CLE Co-Chair for the North Carolina Bar Association’s (NCBA) Criminal Justice Section Council.

The NCBA’s practice-specific sections allow attorneys to discuss issues, procedures and best practices with other attorneys focusing on the same areas of law.

The Criminal Justice Section is dedicated to helping North Carolina attorneys better serve their clients and the state. It represents the interests of all attorneys who participate in the criminal justice system, whether defense attorneys, prosecutors or members of the judiciary.

Along with CLE Co-Chair Rob Heroy, Palvia will plan various continuing learning education sessions in 2023 related to criminal law.

Palvia represents individuals and organizations facing governmental investigations, white-collar criminal charges, and civil litigation. She is particularly successful in conducting internal investigations given her experience as a former Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan. She is also well-versed in civil and criminal proceedings and has extensive bench and jury trial experience.

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