Samuel Shnider graduated USC Law School cum laude and has worked in the public interest sector in California, chiefly in the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office, as well as Superior Court Criminal Branch, and the United States District Court for the Central District. In the year immediately following law school, Samuel worked for the UN International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands, for a year, beginning with a clerkship for Judges Frederik Harhoff of Denmark and Judge Burton P.C. Hall of the Bahamas Supreme Court, and continuing as assistant legal counsel to Richard Harvey, Esq. of London in the Association of Defense Counsel. Samuel has also published articles on international crime, including money laundering and piracy.