I travel the world representing U.S. military personnel and their families in court-martial trials, adverse administrative actions, and security clearance appeals. I am ready, able, and willing to travel to anywhere there is a U.S. military facility for representation. I come prepared with my office-in-a-briefcase. For example, I was the first civilian lawyer to travel to Iraq in October 2003, for trials, and I have been back to Iraq and to Afghanistan seven times since.
I am President of the National Institute of Military Justice, a non-profit organization dedicated to education about and advocacy for a fair military justice system.
I frequently consult with the media in T.V., radio, and print.