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Meet Our Team | Qualified & Experienced National Security Lawyers

Our attorneys specialize in security clearance appeals.  They have dedicated their careers to learning the entire security clearance process from start to finish.  They started by working for the federal government before entering private practice.  Their extensive experience working for the federal government includes over eight years advising clients on revoking and suspending an employee’s security clearance, reporting derogatory information, representing clients in their response to a Statement of Reasons (SOR), and serving in a joint duty assignment for the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA).  Their work at the DOHA allowed them to learn the inner-workings of the Agency responsible for representing the Department of Defense Central Adjudicative Facility (DoD CAF). All of these experiences provide our attorneys a unique advantage over other attorneys and firms who practice in the security clearance niche.

Experience Above All Others

Our zealous representation can only be obtained by having years of experience working for the federal government. Our attorneys know the system and they know the government’s strategies. Our attorneys have been practicing national security law our entire career. We routinely advise our clients on temporarily or permanently revoking an employee’s security clearance for different violations of the thirteen adjudicative guidelines.

Our unique experiences in addition to temporarily working at the DOHA includes: graduating from the Navy’s classified litigation course, providing us unique knowledge on how to deal with classified reasons for revocation, the U.S. Army’s new prosecutors course; and the U.S. Army’s intermediate trial advocacy course.  In short, the U.S. government provided us extensive training on trial advocacy and how to best represent clients in their security clearance revocations.

Our attorneys have been working in and supporting the intelligence community for eight years.  We worked for three years supporting the Army’s intelligence unit responsible for operations south of the border, which included U.S./Mexico border issues.  We worked for approximately two and half years as the legal advisor for the Army’s counterintelligence organization.  This job included advising the government on counterintelligence investigations as well as assisting technical experts whose focus is on assessing the truthfulness of employees. Throughout these eight years we consistently advised our clients on security clearance revocations.n short, call our team immediately to seek guidance on how to navigate the complex and often confusing process of suspending and/or permanently revoking your security clearance.