B.A., Arizona State University; J.D., Georgetown
Professor Kleinman has been a prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice for more than a decade, joining the Department’s Criminal Division following a two-year judicial clerkship. After serving at Main Justice for five years, he transferred to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, where he currently serves as an Assistant United States Attorney. He has prosecuted a wide variety of matters, including homicide, drug trafficking, carjacking, terrorism financing, computer crime, fraud, and misdemeanor cases. He has taught high school students, undergraduates, kids at a juvenile detention center, and men at a halfway house. He is a graduate of the Law Center and has been teaching at the school since 2007. His negotiation experience ranges widely, from his involvement in an international multi-party dispute involving hundreds of millions of dollars to purchasing baseball tickets at a steep discount on the secondhand market.