Farrah Berse possesses enviable experience in investigations and business crime defence work, and is praised by peers as "an excellent practitioner" who is "very responsive and a quick thinker".
Farrah R Berse is counsel in the litigation department and serves as deputy chair of the investigations and defence arm of the firm’s anti-corruption and FCPA practice. Farrah’s practice focuses on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act internal and government investigations and defence. Farrah also has experience with white-collar matters and complex commercial litigations. She has an active pro bono practice, focusing on voters’ rights as well as the representation of criminal defendants.
Farrah served as chairperson of the Moot Court Board and was elected to the Order of the Barristers at New York University school of law.
Farrah's practice emphasises corruption-related investigations and defence, and white-collar matters. She regularly represents clients in internal investigations and in responding to, and defending against, government investigations and prosecutions on behalf of both organisations and individuals. Farrah also assists clients with designing and reviewing compliance programmes and policies.