Leslie duBois is a Partner in Parlatore Law Group’s White Collar and Litigation departments. With a strong depth of experience handling complex and high-stakes federal criminal matters, Ms. duBois is always fully equipped to go to battle. She is an accomplished trial and appellate attorney with extensive experience successfully defending clients charged with money laundering, bank fraud, securities fraud, and other violations of federal securities law. When she takes on a case, her clients reap the benefit of her considerable knowledge, experience and intense personal investment, as well as her sense of humor.
In addition to her career as a litigator, Ms. duBois also has a strong background in business. She helped to build a litigation support technology company from the ground up, overseeing all aspects of recruiting and facilities acquisitions, business development, and growth. She oversaw a team that generated over $10 million in new contracts during the first year and was instrumental in growing the company to the point where it was acquired by a leading Fortune 500 company for almost $200 million.
Having worked successfully on both sides of the legal services business, Ms. duBois returned to her first love and true talent of litigating cases. He breadth of experience, along with her deep understanding of legal support technology make Parlatore Law Group a perfect fit for her talents. Described as creative, resourceful, adroit and adaptable, Ms. duBois believes in constant evolution, and the philosophy of law, always keeping up with the cutting edge of emerging legal principles and resources.
Ms. duBois is dedicated to contributing personal time to promoting social justice, especially in the areas of child welfare, juvenile justice, public interest law, and intercultural/international education. She has a strong interest in foreign languages, and is fluent in English, French, Swahili, and Kikombe, with a working knowledge of Spanish, Latin, and Ancient Greek.
Ms. duBois graduated Summ Cum Laude from both Colgate University and Fordham University School of Law. She was the Founder and Editor of the Fordham Law newspaper, The Advocate and also created Fordham’s Welfare Advocacy Clinic.