Faculty Profiles - Adjunct Professors

Bruce   Maloy

Bruce Maloy

Adjunct Professor

Areas of Expertise

White Collar Crime, Transnational Crime, Litigation

Bruce Maloy is a founding partner of Maloy Jenkins Parker with over 30 years of experience trying domestic and transnational criminal cases—amounting to over 100 state, federal, and transnational jury trials or prosecutions. Bruce has defended individuals accused of fraud, tax evasion, money laundering, SEC violations, healthcare fraud, and other complex crimes. Bruce is also a recognized expert in International Criminal Law and has given expert testimony in extradition proceedings in the United Kingdom, the Bahamas, and other jurisdictions. He frequently advises lawyers in other jurisdictions on criminal law in the United States and counsels foreign investigations or prosecutions. In 2010, the European Court of Human Rights noted Bruce’s testimony regarding extradition in its admissibility decision for Babar Ahmad et al. v. United Kingdom. Bruce was qualified and testified as an expert on American criminal law and procedure in that case.

Bruce is a member of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers (1998, President 2013), American College of Trial Lawyers (2001), National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (1978), International Bar Association (1993), and Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (1978, President 1990). Bruce also served on the Board of Directors (1989-1994) and as President (1994) of the Federal Defenders Office in Atlanta. He has been recognized by Chambers USA in the highest category for White Collar Litigation, as a Georgia SuperLawyer in White Collar Crime, and by Best Lawyers for his criminal defense expertise.

Education:
Davidson College, B.A. (1975)
Emory University School of Law, J.D. (1978)