WASHINGTON, D.C.—Miller & Chevalier Chartered is pleased to announce the addition of Sandeep Prasanna to their Litigation department as a Senior Associate.
Prasanna joins the firm from the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol (the January 6th Committee), where he spent the past 15 months investigating, documenting, and presenting the facts related to that unprecedented event.
Prasanna brings years of federal government experience and understanding to the firm. In his work with the January 6th Committee, Prasanna conducted depositions and interviews of nearly 100 witnesses, provided strategic and legal guidance on novel congressional investigations issues, managed the intake and follow-up for thousands of confidential tips, and participated in producing the Committee’s public-facing work, including the nationally televised hearings and the final report expected to be released this month.
At Miller & Chevalier, Prasanna will use the unique insights he gained from his meaningful Senate, House, and Executive branch work to advise clients across a wide range of investigations including those initiated at the congressional level.
An adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, Prasanna earned an A.B. with distinction from Duke University, an M.P.P. with highest honors on his applied thesis from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Luskin School of Public Affairs, and a J.D. from the UCLA School of Law, where he served as Co-Editor-in-Chief and Symposium Director of the Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs. He began his legal career as a Legal Fellow at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, where he led an investigation into racial justice and violations of human rights law in the United States.