November 13, 2014 - Dinner Meeting
Trends in Cyber Crime

David Marc Solet
General Counsel, Middlesex District Attorney’s Office

Thursday, November 13, 2014
5:00pm: Registration and Cocktail Reception
6:00pm: Dinner

Crest View Plaza
36 Montvale Avenue
Woburn, MA 01801
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Cost / Registration:
$30.00 / Person
$15.00 / Young Professional*

*Young professional is defined as a member who is less than 40 years of age or who has spent fewer than five years in the security profession. You will be able to select this option during registration.

Registration is now closed.

Cancellation Policy

Guest Speaker: David Marc Solet
General Counsel, Middlesex District Attorney’s Office

DAVID MARC SOLET serves as General Counsel at the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, where he has also served as Chief of the Cyber Protection Program and as Special Counsel to the District Attorney.  He graduated from Princeton University summa cum laude in 1998, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and awarded the John G. Buchanan Prize for highest standing in the Department of Politics, and from Harvard Law School cum laude in 2001, where he was a Research Assistant to Professor Randall Kennedy and a Member of Harvard Defenders, an organization serving indigent criminal defendants.

Since joining the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office in 2001, he has served as a member of the Cambridge Superior Court Team, Malden Superior Court Team, and the office’s Special Investigations Unit.  He has successfully prosecuted a wide variety of major felonies, including cases involving violent street gangs, narcotics trafficking, public corruption and murder.

In addition to his work as a trial prosecutor, Solet has argued cases before the Massachusetts Appeals Court and Supreme Judicial Court, has served as a member of his office’s Search Warrant Team, and is a frequent lecturer on electronic evidence, organized crime investigation, and the law of weapons.  He has served on the Boston Bar Association’s Gun Control Working Group and its Death Penalty Working Group, and is co-chair of its Criminal Law Steering Committee.