The Paterno family review of the Freeh Report was headed by family attorney Wick Sollers in his 238-page report.
Currently, Sollers serves as the managing partner of the Washington, D.C. office and former Chair of King & Spalding's Special Matters & Governmental Investigations Practice Group.
Sollers holds a law degree from the University of Maryland, as well as an undergraduate economics degree from Princeton.
His resume includes positions such as assistant United States attorney in the District of Maryland from 1985-1988 and special counsel to the United States Senate Special Committee on Investigations from 1988-89. He has worked as a prosecutor for cases related to murder-for-hire, narcotics, bank robbery and loan fraud, among others.
He has further stood as a representative for George H.W. Bush for the Iran-Contra and Clinton Passport Independent Counsel investigations.
Sollers has helped internal investigation into the into the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility, as well.