Asa Hutchinson is a senior partner in the Asa Hutchinson Law Group, specializing in in the areas of white collar criminal defense, complex litigation, international export controls and sanctions, corporate international relations, homeland security, and corporate investigations and compliance. He served in the administration of President George W. Bush as Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security at the Department of Homeland Security and as Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Prior to joining the Bush Administration, Hutchinson served three terms as a Republican Congressman from Arkansas. He was selected by the House of Representatives to try the impeachment case against former President Clinton in the United States Senate, receiving praise from across the political spectrum for his professional demeanor. He was earlier appointed as United States Attorney by President Ronald Reagan, at the time the youngest person to receive such an appointment. Hutchinson earned a J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law.