College of Arts and Sciences

Deborah M. Dorfsman, JD

  • Deborah M. Dorfsman, JD
    JD, Law
    Adjunct Professor, Criminal Justice



    Debi M. Dorfsman is a Supervisory Intelligence Analyst for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the Seattle Division.  Debi is also a Certified FBI Instructor and has taught numerous classes for the FBI's Directorate of Intelligence in Washington, DC and Quantico, Virginia.  Prior to transferring to the FBI's Seattle Division in 2006, Debi worked as an Intelligence Analyst at FBI Headquarters, where she specialized in Weapons of Mass Destruction and Domestic and International Terrorism investigations.  Debi has a Juris Doctor from the University of Richmond School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of San Francisco.  While in law school, Debi was awarded a fellowship from the University of Michigan School of Law in Child Advocacy and she spent two years working for the Commonwealth Attorney's Office in Norfolk, Virginia.  She is also a 2003 Presidential Management Fellow.  Debi is an adjunct faculty member at Seattle University, where she teaches a course on the United States Intelligence Community. A Seattle native, Debi enjoys spending time with her family, to include a new rescue puppy.