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Based in Los Angeles, California and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, P2W is a woman-owned business providing Consulting, Commentary & Classes on a diverse array of subjects in the field of law, government, political science and history. These include criminal, civil and administrative justice issues, legislation, and constitutional analysis. P2W provides skill-set enhancements through training and mentoring in: the art of presentation and persuasion, oral advocacy and written communication, strategy conceptualization and 

implementation, professional and educational goals, marketing and business development.

          and its subsidiary, Legal Buds     Consulting, are all part of jawsMEDIA, LLC.

About Julie A. Werner-Simon

Julie A. Werner-Simon 'JAWS' served nearly thirty years as a Federal Prosecutor, both as an Assistant United States Attorney and as a Department of Justice Trial Attorney.

During her tenure, she held positions as Deputy Chief of the Organized Crime Strike Force and Senior Litigation Counsel of White Collar Crimes Section in the Central District of California, as well as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Alaska, where she prosecuted crimes to include Marine Mammal trafficking, bank robbery and drug crimes and conducted civil litigation primarily against the United States under the Federal Tort Claims Act. Prior to federal service, Werner-Simon was a prosecutor for the State of Alaska in both urban and bush counties where she specialized in sexual assault cases. 

Werner-Simon has an extensive career as a trial advocacy instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA), and has been a visiting instructor at trial advocacy programs at Harvard Law School, University of Hawaii and UC Hastings College of Trial and Appellate advocacy. She has consulted for movies and TV on investigative and courtroom accuracy.  She  served as a visiting professor of comparative law at the University of Toulouse, France, and as a speaker on American and international law for the United States Information Service (USIS). Werner-Simon's newest national course: Marijuana Law: History, the Constitution & Best Practices.

Werner-Simon has written and produced narrative-driven training films on prosecutorial misconduct, victims’ rights, cross-examination, and on appellate litigation for former Attorney General Janet Reno, UC Hastings, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Werner-Simon also wrote and produced, in 2022, a feature length film on the History of Marijuana Criminalization and Legalization in America.  U.S. Copyright protection for the film was granted, upon application, in 2022, as well. Werner-Simon writes on historical and legal issues to include discrimination, reproductive autonomy, and colonialism in America as well as controlled substances.

Werner-Simon is a magna cum laude graduate in political science from Boston University, a JD from the University of Wisconsin, and an LLM in Constitutional Studies from Southwestern Law School. She is a law professor adjunct at University of Southern California Gould School of Law and Drexel University's Kline School of Law. She has also been a legal analyst Emerging Business courses at Drexel University's LeBow School of Business.

Werner-Simon lectures nationally and internationally, and has provided pro bono legal services for undocumented children through the organization Kids In Need of Defense (KIND).

Julie A. Werner-Simon  (JAWS)

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