Louis J. Freeh
U.S. Army Reserve lieutenant, JAG Corps, 1985-
Law clerk, U.S. Sen. Clifford P. Case, Newark, New Jersey district office, 1974-1975
Private practice, New Jersey, 1974-1975
Special agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York City, 1975-1980
Supervisory special agent, Organized Crime Section, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1980-1981
Assistant U.S. attorney, Southern District of New York, 1981-1990; chief, Organized Crime Unit, 1987-1989; deputy U.S. attorney, 1989; associate U.S. attorney, 1989-1990
Special prosecutor, U.S. Department of Justice, 1990-1991
Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1993-2001
Rutgers School of Law-Newark
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New York University School of Law
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