Jeff S. Bucholtz is a partner in the Appellate Practice Group at King & Spalding. Mr. Bucholtz joined King & Spalding in 2009 after serving more than six years in leadership positions in the Civil Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, including six months as Acting Assistant Attorney General. While at the Department of Justice, Mr. Bucholtz argued approximately 20 cases in the federal and state appellate courts as well as some of the government’s most sensitive cases in federal district court.
Prior to his tenure at the Department of Justice, Mr. Bucholtz was an associate with King & Spalding’s Litigation and Antitrust Practice Group. He drafted briefs for matters in the U.S. Supreme Court and federal and state appellate courts, including FDA-related criminal and administrative law cases, antitrust and product liability cases, and appeals challenging punitive damage awards. After graduating from Harvard Law School, Mr. Bucholtz clerked for U.S. District Judge Stephen V. Wilson in the Central District of California and for now-Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr. when Justice Alito was a U.S. Circuit Judge for the Third Circuit.
B.A., University of Pennsylvania
J.D., Harvard University
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SCOTUScast 04-26-11 featuring Jeffrey S. Bucholtz
On March 29, 2011, the Supreme Court announced its decision in Astra USA v. Santa...
SCOTUScast 01-25-11 featuring Jeffrey S. Bucholtz
On January 19, 2011, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Astra USA v. Santa...