Jason D. Wright is a trial lawyer, law professor, and decorated combat veteran who founded the Wright Law Firm, PLLC after more than ten years of combined prior federal civil and military service. In private practice, Mr. Wright has handled high-profile matters across several practice areas and industries from defending the Chief Financial Officer of Dewey & LeBoeuf in a four-month white collar trial, to handling government investigations, homeland and national security law, civil and appellate litigation, and public international law matters for multinational corporations, defense and intelligence contractors, foreign officials, high net-worth individuals, and a foreign government. As an Army judge advocate (JAG), Mr. Wright served as a military public defender in Europe and Guantánamo Bay, an aide-de-camp to a division commander in Iraq, and a military legal planner in Europe and Iraq where he advised on international law, national security law, the laws of war, intelligence law, and targeting operations. Prior to military service, Mr. Wright clerked for the Secretary of the Army at theOffice of the General Counsel and for the Honorable Barry R. Poretz at the “Rocket Docket,” the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria Division.Mr. Wright has directed a litigation clinic in international tribunals asa Professor of Practice at Washington and Lee University School of Law and has published and presented internationally on national security law and international law. Mr. Wright’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, the Secretary of Defense’s Joint Meritorious Service Medal, the Iraq Campaign Medal, the Army Meritorious Service Medal, and the Airborne Paratroopers Badge. Mr. Wright continues his service as a Major (JAG) int he U.S. Army Reserves and holds a top secret security clearance. He is a member of the Bars of New York, Virginia and the District of Columbia.