Bridget Wilson, J.D.

Vice President, Legal Research

Bridget Wilson has successfully represented numerious clients in military cases, at administrative proceedings and courts-martial and before the discharge review and corrections boards and in the military appellate courts. In addition to her military law practice, she is a frequent speaker and author on military law and policy. She is a graduate of Creighton University and the University of San Diego School of Law.

She is the co-legal director for the Palm Center, a think tank on sexual minorities in the military, where she was involved in the Palm Center's work on the government policies that excluded known lesbian, gay and bisexual service members. Ms. Wilson has been consulting counsel for the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network since 1994. Ms. Wilson has taught military law as a member of the adjunct faculty of Thomas Jefferson School of Law. She was published in the Clark Boardman Callaghan practice manual Sexual Orientation and the Law chapter on military law. She has published in numerious articles on military law and justice. She is a veteran of the U.S. Army Reserve.