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Ed Greenwald

  • Adjunct Professor
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    • ​JD, American University

​Ed Greenwald has taught Legal Profession and customs and international trade law as an adjunct professor at DePaul College of Law since January 2019.  Prior to that, he taught for many years as an adjunct professor at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.  At Loyola, he taught customs and international trade and basic legal writing and advocacy to first-year law students.  He has volunteered to help classes, moot court teams and career programs at local law schools and also has served as a mentor for the Chicago Bar Association law school mentoring program.   

Ed currently is a senior attorney for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Department of Homeland Security and advises on customs and international trade enforcement matters.  His practice in the CBP Office of Associate Chief Counsel Chicago covers customs issues, such as penalty cases, trade remedies, classification, valuation and merchandise entry issues, in addition to agriculture import operations.  He supports CBP employees in their nationwide and international government compliance and trade enforcement effort, and he has represented the agency in trade cases in the Court of International Trade and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.  He also has participated in worldwide government legal matters and conferences. 

Prior to joining the federal government, Ed​ worked at large law firm in Washington, D.C. as a law clerk in the aviation and litigation practice groups. During college, he worked for many years in the airline industry in Washington, D.C.  He has been admitted to the State of Illinois and Washington, D.C. bars.  In his free time, he competes in marathons and triathlons.