Partner, Ropes & Gray LLP
Amanda N Raad serves as a trusted adviser to clients seeking wide-ranging counsel on global and cross-border risk. Qualified in the United States, a US lawyer who is also admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales, she leverages her extensive knowledge and experience of these active enforcement regimes to help clients navigate risk from both jurisdictions. As founder of Ropes & Gray’s Data and Behavioral Science Initiative, Amanda is a leader in the use of data analytics and behavioural science to help organisations establish compliance-driven cultures, effectively manage global risk and implement remediation solutions as necessary. Her work addresses the full risk spectrum, encompassing financial fraud, corruption, sanctions, money laundering, cyber and data privacy risk, antitrust compliance and sexual misconduct.
Global co-leader of Ropes & Gray’s anti-corruption and international risk practice, Amanda also co-founded the firm’s fraud in times of crisis task force, as well as the firm’s global health care compliance initiative. She publishes and speaks frequently on cross-border challenges in the areas of corporate crime and investigations, including those associated with sexual misconduct. She is a regular contributor to Global Investigations Review’s (GIR) The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations and serves as a committee member for the American Bar Association’s Women’s White Collar Defense Association and the UK’s Fraud Lawyers Association. Amanda is listed in GIR’s Women in Investigations 2018, Chambers UK, The Legal 500 UK and New York Super Lawyers.