John D. Arterberry

Adjunct Professor of Law

J.D., Vanderbilt; LL.M., Georgetown

Professor Arterberry concluded in 2013 more than thirty years of service in the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section at the United States Department of Justice.  He...

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Professor Arterberry concluded in 2013 more than thirty years of service in the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section at the United States Department of Justice.  He served as a line prosecutor, as deputy chief of the Fraud Section’s bank and securities fraud unit and most recently as the Section’s Executive Deputy Chief.  During his career at the Department, he prosecuted a broad array of financial crimes ranging from bank and securities fraud to international investment and bribery schemes.  Professor Arterberry also chaired two of the Department’s interagency coordinating bodies, the Securities and Commodities Fraud Working Group and the Interagency Bank Fraud Enforcement Working Group.

Prior to joining the Department, Professor Arterberry served as a trial attorney in the Enforcement Division of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission where he conducted investigations and litigated enforcement actions stemming from violations of the federal securities laws.

Professor Arterberry received his Juris Doctor from Vanderbilt University Law School and the Master of Laws in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.