Paul Y. Kiyonaga, an honors graduate of Harvard Law, practiced for several years at Arnold & Porter in the civil litigation and international practice groups, where he litigated complex corporate cases, including securities fraud and accountant liability matters. In 2004, Paul was named one of the best attorneys in Washington, D.C. in Washingtonian magazine in the area of employment law. He recently served as Co-Chair of the D.C. Bar’s Criminal Law and Individual Rights Section and is on the faculty at Georgetown Law where he and Debra Soltis teach a course of their own design on critical legal theory and film. Through his work in complex criminal trials, Paul has developed particular expertise in cases involving mental health issues and forensic evidence. In his civil rights and employment practice, he often represents local members of the Hispanic community as well as American executives working overseas for multinational corporations. Paul was raised in Brazil, Panama and El Salvador and speaks Portuguese, Spanish, and Japanese. He received his undergraduate degree from UNC/Chapel Hill, where he was a Morehead Scholar. Paul is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and New York. Paul appears regularly as a commentator on legal and social justice issues on CNN Español and other media outlets.