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G. Scott Hulsey
Washington DC
1919 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
+1 202 664 1904

Scott Hulsey is a former high-ranking Department of Justice official and corporate Chief Compliance Officer who serves as counsel in white-collar criminal and regulatory enforcement matters. Mr. Hulsey represents individuals and institutions in complex international government investigations and trials, particularly those involving Asia and the EMEA regions.

As a former federal prosecutor at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia, Mr. Hulsey was responsible for investigating and prosecuting complex criminal, money laundering, and civil asset forfeiture matters against large-scale, international criminal organizations. Mr. Hulsey has successfully tried more than 60 federal and state cases over the course of his career.

Mr. Hulsey also brings deep and complementary corporate compliance experience, having served as the Chief Compliance Officer at General Electric Energy Connections, a company with over 45,000 employees and operating in more than 122 countries across the globe. As Chief Compliance Officer, he oversaw global legal and regulatory compliance, with a focus on antitrust, anti-bribery, anti-money laundering, and government contracts.



  • District of Columbia
  • Georgia
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
  • Executive Office for Immigration Review


  • Georgetown University Law Center, JD, cum laude
  • Duke University, BA, cum laude


  • Margaret Smith Award, Fulton County District Attorney’s Office

Professional & Community Involvement

  • Urban League of Greater Atlanta, Board of Directors
  • Leadership Atlanta, Alumni Member
  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Atlanta Lawyer’s Club, Member
  • Truman National Security Project, Fellow

Publications & Presentations

  • Co-author, “Why (and How) Public Companies and Traders Should Prepare for Regulatory Scrutiny Post-COVID-19” (Corporate Counsel, April 2020)
  • Author, “Smart on Crime: Charging and Sentencing Recommendations” (USA Bulletin, January 2015)
  • Author, “Soliman Leaves Uncertainty in the Area of Home Office Deductions: Suggested Guidelines” (The Tax Lawyer, Summer 1993)

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