General Malinda E. Dunn Featured Speaker for Huffman Distinguished Lecture Series

Dunn is the executive director of the American Inns of Court Foundation.

Dunn

Brigadier General Malinda E. Dunn
(retired)

WHAT: The Texas Tech University School of Law will host Brigadier General (retired) Malinda E. Dunn, American Inns of Court Foundation executive director, as part of its Huffman Distinguished Lecture Series.

WHEN: Noon Thursday (Feb. 16)

WHERE: Lanier Auditorium, Texas Tech University School of Law, 1802 Hartford Ave.

EVENT: Brigadier General (retired) Malinda E. Dunn, executive director of the American Inns of Court Foundation in Alexandria, Virginia, will be the featured speaker for the Texas Tech School of Law Huffman Distinguished Lecture Series.

The American Inns of Court Foundation encourages the legal community to advance the rule of law by achieving the highest level of professionalism through example, education and mentoring.

Dunn served for more than 28 years in the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, serving as the assistant Judge Advocate General for Military Law and Operations. Prior to that, she commanded the U.S. Army Legal Services Agency and served as Chief Judge of the Army Court of Criminal Appeals. While serving as Staff Judge Advocate of the 18th Airborne Corps, she had tours of duty in both Afghanistan and Iraq.

Dunn was the first female staff judge advocate of the 82nd Airborne Division, and was also the first female chief of personnel for the Army JAG Corps, the first female staff judge advocate of the 18th Airborne Corps and the first woman selected as a general officer in the active duty Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps.

Dunn earned a bachelor’s degree from Randolph-Macon College in 1978 and a juris doctorate from Washington and Lee University in 1981. She has a degree in Military Law from The Judge Advocate General’s School, U.S. Army, and a master’s degree in national security studies from the National War College. She is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States of America, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, the Army Court of Criminal Appeals and the Supreme Court of Virginia.

Those attending the event are eligible for one hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit. Contact Erica Lux at erica.lux@ttu.edu for details.

CONTACT: Ashley Langdon, director of alumni relations, School of Law, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-7533 or ashley.langdon@ttu.edu


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