Ms. Hollander is an internationally recognised criminal defence lawyer from New Mexico, USA and an Associate Tenant with Doughty Street Chambers. Her practice is largely devoted to representing individuals and organisations accused of crimes, including those involving national security issues. Ms. Hollander has also served as a consultant to the defence in a high profile terrorism case in Ireland, has assisted counsel in other international cases in the ICTY, in the United Kingdom and in Poland. She represents two prisoners at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base and is lead counsel for Chelsea Manning on appeal. Ms Hollander appeared at the European Court of Human Rights for one of her clients currently imprisoned in Guantanamo. She has qualified as a lead counsel for the Special Tribunal for Lebanon and for the list of counsel for the International Criminal Court. Ms. Hollander has coordinated and taught training courses for criminal defence lawyers wishing to appear before the ICC and the ICTY, was the coordinator of a jury trial training project in Russia and has served as a consultant to the United Nations Development Programme in Vietnam. She has written many books and articles, including, most recently, “Obtaining Evidence in the US by the Defence in a Foreign Criminal Proceeding.”
Ms. Hollander is listed in the “Top 250 Women in Litigation in the U.S.” In 2001, Ms. Hollander was named as one of America’s top fifty women litigators by the National Law Journal. In 1992-93, she was the President of the National Association of Criminal Defence Lawyers. She is also listed the International Who’s Who of Business Crime Lawyers. Ms. Hollander holds US security clearances.