Claire Marsden

Associate, Washington, DC

Biography

Overview

Claire is an associate in White & Case's Washington office and a member of the Global Antitrust/Competition Group. Her practice focuses on the representation of foreign sovereigns and private parties in complex commercial litigation and antitrust matters. She has experience representing clients in federal trial-level and appellate proceedings, including Supreme Court advocacy, with a particular emphasis in litigation arising under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.

Claire maintains an active pro bono practice, focused primarily on prisoners' rights litigation in both state and federal courts. She is a member of the Antitrust Group Racial Justice Task Force, which works to utilize the firm's capacity and resources to address racial justice issues through legal advocacy.

Claire is a graduate of Occidental College and Columbia Law School, where she was named a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. At Columbia, Claire served as Executive Articles Editor of the Columbia Human Rights Law Review's publication A Jailhouse Lawyer's Manual and as Secretary of the Student Senate. Prior to joining White & Case, Claire worked as a Legal Extern at the ACLU of New Jersey and as a Law Clerk at the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.

Bars and Courts
District of Columbia Bar
New York State Bar
US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Education
Juris Doctor
Columbia University
Bachelor of Arts
Politics
Occidental College
Languages
English

Experience