Beth Nolan

  • Fall 2001

Beth Nolan served in the White House as Counsel to the President (1999-2001) where she was responsible for overseeing all legal matters for the President and White House staff, including congressional, criminal, and civil investigations and litigation; judicial selection, and ethics; and other constitutional, statutory, and regulatory matters affecting the President and the federal government. As Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the Department of Justice, Ms. Nolan advised on the interpretation and constitutionality of federal laws, separation of powers, and ethics in government. Ms. Nolan was a tenured Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School, has published numerous articles, and spoken widely on the role of ethics and government.