Zane D. Memeger
United States Attorney Zane David Memeger represents the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Mr. Memeger now leads the office of more than 120 attorneys where he served as an Assistant United States Attorney from 1995 to 2006, investigating and prosecuting a variety of cases including organized crime, public corruption, government fraud, financial institution fraud, violent crimes, narcotics, extortion, and commercial bribery. As a result of his earlier work on behalf of the office, he received several commendations from FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, III.
After leaving the United States Attorney’s Office in 2006, Mr. Memeger returned to the private sector as a partner with Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. During that time, his practice focused on white-collar criminal defense work and corporate investigations in the health care industry. Additionally, Mr. Memeger was also very involved with Morgan Lewis’ pro bono program, handling cases as a member of the Criminal Justice Act (CJA) Panel for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and supervising young attorneys handling matters for the Support Center for Child Advocates and the Education Law Center.
Mr. Memeger is a 1986 graduate of James Madison University and a 1991 graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law. In college, Mr. Memeger was a four-year letterman in men’s gymnastics.
Due to his work on behalf of federal and state prisoners in law school, Mr. Memeger was awarded the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Public Service upon graduation. Mr. Memeger’s continued dedication to public service and fairness in the application of the law to all citizens was recently recognized by the Philadelphia Barristers’ Association when he was awarded the Honorable William F. Hall Award in January 2011.