Colonel (Ret.) Lee Stockdale spent fifteen years as an active duty Army JAG officer. He practices military administrative law for Army Soldiers -- Active, Reserve, National Guard, Retirees, Veterans, et al. Stockdale assists Soldiers around the world with all levels of administrative appeals and rebuttals: GOMORs, OERs, Article 15s, DASEB and ABCMR.
Colonel Stockdale is the former Command Judge Advocate of US Army Human Resources Command, St. Louis, where he supervised an office of fourteen JAGs, civilian attorneys and paralegals and dealt with all aspects of Soldier personnel law.
Colonel Stockdale served at the Pentagon as a Military Personnel Law Attorney in the Office of The Judge Advocate General (OTJAG). He also served as Senior Judge Advocate to the Chief, Army Reserve (CAR). In both roles he analyzed countless individual Soldier actions, reviewed and revised Army Regulations, and provided highly technical legal opinions for the Department of the Army (DA) Staff.
Before becoming a JAG officer, Stockdale worked his way up from a private in the MP Corps. After OCS he served as an infantry platoon leader, XO, company commander, and in various special operations assignments.
Army Boards want technical expertise, sound judgment, and a strength of confidence that makes Board members want to grant your appeal. Mr. Stockdale provides highly focused legal counsel by working exclusively with Army Soldiers:
• Technical excellence
• 15 years active duty JAG experience
• Outstanding advocacy
• Absolutely dedicated to Taking Care of Soldiers and Their Families
• Personal O-6 level legal advice / No second-tier associates
• Affordable rates
• Enjoys Winning
Colonel Stockdale and his wife of 29 years have five children, aged 13 to 26. Stockdale enjoys playing electric blues harmonica and is author of the novel Murder of Law, available on .
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