Thursday, October 7, 2010

Marine Corps Judge Advocate Talk on Prosecution of War Crimes

Col. Joseph P. Lisiecki, III, 12th Marine Corps District Reserve Support Officer and Officer in Charge of the 12th Marine Corps District Reserve Support Unit, will be speaking at UW School of Law at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 19th. SU School of Law students have been invited to join. A light lunch will be provided.

After his presentation, Col. Lisiecki will be available for 15-minute informational interviews (from 1:30-3:30) with students interested in Marine Corps JAG service.

Col. Lisiecki is a veteran trial attorney who now serves as an Administrative Law Judge for the Social Security Administration's Office of Disability Adjudication and Review in Los Angeles. He served in the Marine Corps as a Judge Advocate for seven years before leaving active duty and transferring to the Marine Corp Reserve. While on active duty, he served as a legal assistance attorney, prosecuting trial counsel, defense counsel, senior defense counsel, and review officer. Col. Lisiecki also served as a General and Special Court Martial Military Judge, and in 2004 served as the Deputy Commander of a Marine Corps Civil Detachment, operating in the Al Anbar Province of Iraq.

Don't miss this incredible opportunity to speak with Col. Lisiecki!

Contact Erin Fullner to reserve your spot and for information on transportation.