Jules Cantor focuses his practice on complex litigation, with an emphasis on securities and shareholder litigation, as well as SEC enforcement and white collar criminal matters. He has experience in all phases of the litigation process, including factual investigation, written discovery, depositions, dispositive motions practice, and trial.
Jules maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in immigration and civil rights litigation. Recently, Jules first chaired a trial team that secured a grant of asylum for a client through the Firm's Laredo Project. He also served as lead counsel at a bond hearing that resulted in another client's release from custody after a federal court granted the client's petition for a writ of habeas corpus.
Evidence Collection in Criminal Investigations: Cross-Border Issues and Corporate Employee Considerations
- Indiana University (J.D. cum laude 2018; Order of Barristers; Chief Justice, Sherman Minton Moot Court Board); Northwestern University (B.S. in Communication Studies and Legal Studies cum laude, with departmental honors and thesis of distinction in Legal Studies, 2015)
- Extern to: Judge David Hamilton, U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit (Spring 2018) and Chief Justice Loretta Rush and Justice Steven David, Indiana Supreme Court (Summer 2016)