JENNIFER NASH LIU
Associate
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JENNIFER NASH LIU Associate
Jennifer Liu is an associate in the International Trade practice.  Jennifer previously worked in sanctions compliance at Citibank where she advised the business on sanctions laws and regulations, drafted voluntary self-disclosures and responses to regulatory inquiries, and worked with the business to enhance sanction processes and controls.

Before joining Citibank, Jennifer served for eight years as an Attorney Adviser at the U.S. Department of State.  In her role as the first Visa Sanctions Coordinator, she advised senior policymakers on visa sanctions options and liaised with the U.S. Department of Treasury and many other U.S. government agencies and offices, to develop, implement, and ensure compliance with U.S. sanctions laws.  Jennifer drafted and advised on visa sanctions related laws, regulations, executive orders, presidential proclamations, data-share agreements, and field guidance, and trained consular officers on visa sanctions.

Prior to joining State, Jennifer worked as an Operations Officer at the World Bank/Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, managing multi-million dollar insurance contracts for development projects in the infrastructure, oil and gas, and financial sectors.  She also previously served as a first chair litigator at the Department of Homeland Security in immigration removal proceedings and advised the Department of Justice on federal habeas cases.

Jennifer is admitted only in New York.  She is practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm who are members of the D.C. bar.
 

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Jennifer Liu is an associate in the International Trade practice.  Jennifer previously worked in sanctions compliance at Citibank where she advised the business on sanctions laws and regulations, drafted voluntary self-disclosures and responses to regulatory inquiries, and worked with the business to enhance sanction processes and controls.

Before joining Citibank, Jennifer served for eight years as an Attorney Adviser at the U.S. Department of State.  In her role as the first Visa Sanctions Coordinator, she advised senior policymakers on visa sanctions options and liaised with the U.S. Department of Treasury and many other U.S. government agencies and offices, to develop, implement, and ensure compliance with U.S. sanctions laws.  Jennifer drafted and advised on visa sanctions related laws, regulations, executive orders, presidential proclamations, data-share agreements, and field guidance, and trained consular officers on visa sanctions.

Prior to joining State, Jennifer worked as an Operations Officer at the World Bank/Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, managing multi-million dollar insurance contracts for development projects in the infrastructure, oil and gas, and financial sectors.  She also previously served as a first chair litigator at the Department of Homeland Security in immigration removal proceedings and advised the Department of Justice on federal habeas cases.

Jennifer is admitted only in New York.  She is practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm who are members of the D.C. bar.
 
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