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Nancy Laben is the chief legal officer for Booz Allen Hamilton and leads the law department, which spans numerous functions including corporate governance, government contract law, employment law, securities law, and investigations. She is also a member of the firm’s Leadership Team.
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Before joining Booz Allen, Nancy served as general counsel at AECOM Technologies. There she was responsible for all legal support and led a team of 55 attorneys as well as contract advisors and outside counsel.
Prior to that Nancy served as deputy general counsel at Accenture, where she held senior positions supporting the company’s U.S., Europe, and Asia business. She has also served in the law department at IBM Corp.
Nancy holds a B.A. in government and East Asian studies, with honors, from Smith College and a J.D. from Columbia University School of Law.
Profile updated April 2016