Arziki Adamu is a litigator based in the Firm's Washington, D.C. office. Her practice is focused in complex civil litigation, and risk assessment, aversion, and mitigation. Arziki has worked with a wide range of clients, from global conglomerates and international banks, to Big Tech corporations and shafted investors. She also has a robust pro bono practice, including cases involving criminal justice, immigrants' rights, and educational justice issues.
Before joining White & Case Arziki attended the Howard University School of Law, where she served as an Executive Editor of the Howard Law Journal, Chairwoman of the Annual Wiley A. Branton Symposium, and winner of Best Oralist at the Charles Hamilton Houston Intramural Moot Court Competition. Arziki also externed with the SEC Enforcement Division, and was appointed Social Justice Chair of her Class Council.
Arziki received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Yale University. While at Yale she was a Mock Trial Captain, President of the Yale NAACP, and winner of numerous public speaking awards. When she is not working, her hobbies include reading, boxing, theatre, and fine dining.