Jenner & Block

Natalie K. Orpett advises corporations and individuals in government enforcement actions, compliance matters, Congressional inquiries, and internal investigations.  She has represented clients in criminal, civil, and regulatory proceedings at both the federal and state level.  Ms. Orpett is a member of the firm’s Investigations, Compliance and Defense, Government Controversies and Public Policy Litigation, and Public International Law practice groups.

Ms. Orpett is committed to pro bono practice.  She has represented clients in asylum, family court, criminal, and military court proceedings, assisted on an award-winning project to bring solar energy to Rwanda, and filed amicus briefs on issues including criminal and racial justice.

In 2016, Ms. Orpett was appointed to the American Bar Association’s Advisory Council of the Center for Human Rights.  She has served on the Associates Committee of the Center for Constitutional Rights and was a co-founder and former chair of the board of Femex, a non-profit organization dedicated to women’s empowerment.  Prior to joining Jenner & Block, Ms. Orpett served as Executive Assistant to former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright. She previously worked on the Women’s Political Participation Program at the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs.