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Work experience

Jun 2006Present

Assistant United States Attorney

United States Department of Justice


Aug 1995Jun 1996


George Washington University
Aug 1995May 1996


University of Southern California Gould


Skiing, reading, and travel


Assistant United States Attorney Andrew Stolper works at the U.S. Department of Justice offices in Santa Ana, California, where he is responsible for the prosecution of white-collar crimes in Orange County, California. Andrew Stolper successfully prosecuted the world’s largest Lamborghini sports car dealer, who was convicted of defrauding an auto finance company of an estimated $12 million. Other cases Andrew Stolper prosecuted involve an illegal condominium conversion scheme and an individual who repeatedly falsely represented himself as an attorney. Engaged with the Department of Justice since 2002, Andrew Stolper served on the team that successfully prosecuted Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling in the massive fraud case involving their illicit dealings while running the Enron Corporation.

Andrew Stolper was responsible for cross-examining the accounting experts presented by the defendants, including Kenneth Lay’s leading accounting expert. He also presented the testimony of the FBI’s case agent. Andrew Stolper was hand picked by the Department of Justice for the Enron Taskforce and was the youngest Assistant United States Attorney from a team of prosecutors assembled from across the country. Andrew Stolper is a recipient of the coveted Attorney General’s Award for Exceptional Service, the highest award bestowed by the Department of Justice, for his efforts on the Enron case.