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HBA-DC Member Spotlight: Charles Lozano
 

Since July 2017, Charles Lozano has served as a civilian attorney with the U.S. Army’s Criminal Law Division in the Pentagon, advising senior Army leaders on policy matters pertaining to military sexual assault, domestic violence, and Freedom of Information Act requests.  He assists military victim advocates with crime victim rights issues and advises Army staff members on proposed legislation and responses to queries from the media and Congressional members. 

 

From January 1994 to April 2017, Charles served on active duty as a military attorney in the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, serving as both a trial attorney and supervisory attorney in a variety of criminal law-related positions, to include assignments as a prosecutor, defense counsel, appellate defense counsel, and counsel to Army senior leaders under investigation.  His military career included deployments to Iraq and Kuwait.

Charles is a graduate of the University of Dallas and Northwestern University School of Law.  Charles and his wife, Elaine, have two children, Gabriella (a rising freshman at New York University), and Chris (a junior at West Springfield High School). 

Charles has been a member of HBA-DC since January 2016, serving on the Membership Committee from 2016-2017, and has served as a guest panel member for HBA-DC presentations.  Charles has also served as a Mentor since October 2016.      

 

The HBA-DC salutes Mr. Lozano's accomplishments in this Member Spotlight.  For information on nominating a member for the HBA-DC Member Spotlight, click here.

 

 
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