Helen Marsh is an Associate in Miller & Chevalier's Litigation department. Her practice focuses on criminal cartel investigations and related litigation, sanctions, white collar defense, securities enforcement, complex civil litigation, Federal Sovereign Immunities Act litigation, and internal investigations. Ms. Marsh has represented a variety of clients, including individuals, public and private companies, foreign and domestic companies, and whistleblowers. Ms. Marsh has assisted clients in a variety of aspects of litigation, including discovery, interrogatories, interviews, depositions, pleadings, motions, petitions, and sentencing.
Ms. Marsh previously worked as an intake counselor for the Columbus City Prosecutor's Office. During law school, Ms. Marsh worked as a student attorney in the George Washington Family Justice Litigation Clinic and as a law clerk for the Boulder County District Attorney's Office. She was also a judicial intern to the Honorable Carol Ann Dalton of the DC Superior Court and the Editor-in-Chief of the George Washington Journal of Energy and Environmental Law.
Ms. Marsh has an active pro bono practice. Ms. Marsh sat first chair as guardian ad litem at a custody trial, obtained asylum for an individual from Honduras, helped draft an amicus curiae brief submitted to the Supreme Court on a due process issue, and drafted a federal pardon petition.
- Law Clerk, Boulder County District Attorney's Office, 2019
- Judicial Intern, Chambers of Judge Carol Ann Dalton, 2019
- Intake Counselor, Prosecution Resources Unit, Columbus City Attorney's Office, 2017
- Team Leader, Casey Trees Volunteer Tree Planting, 2017 - Present
- District of Columbia