Alma M. Mozetič is a litigation associate based in London. Ms. Mozetič represents corporations and individuals with respect to government and internal investigations, white collar defense, regulatory compliance and complex international disputes, across a wide range of industries. She has handled matters concerning, amongst other, foreign corrupt practices legislation, economic sanctions, cybersecurity as well as extradition requests. She has a particular focus on multi-jurisdictional and cross-border matters. Ms. Mozetič also advises clients on high-value, complex international arbitration and litigation matters.
Ms. Mozetič joined Debevoise in 2019. Prior to joining Debevoise, she worked at a large international firm in New York and London where she represented clients in white collar matters and civil disputes before federal and state courts.
Ms. Mozetič received an LL.M. from Harvard Law School, where she studied on the Dickson Poon Scholarship for Excellence, a B.C.L. with Distinction from Oxford University (St John’s College), where she studied on the Daniel Slifkin Scholarship and was joint recipient of the Clifford Chance Prize for Best Performance in Principles of Civil Procedure, and a first class LL.B. degree from University College London, where she graduated top of the year with 11 prizes and scholarships.
Ms. Mozetič is the co-author of “U.K. and U.S. Sign Landmark Cross-Border Data Sharing Agreement,” Compliance & Enforcement (November, 2019); various articles published in the FCPA Update; “How Enforcement Authorities Interact,” Global Investigations Review: The Investigations Review of the Americas 2019 (September, 2018) and “Are U.K. Courts Pushing Back Against DOJ’s Global Reach?,” NYU Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement (August, 2018).
Ms. Mozetič is a member of the Bar of the State of New York and is also admitted to appear before the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. She is a native speaker of Slovene and also speaks Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian and Italian.