Devin A. Winklosky

Devin Winklosky's practice focuses on complex litigation. Before entering civilian practice, he served more than 21 years on active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps where he gained significant practical experience in legal affairs including litigation and trial advocacy, administration and management, and education. He held several positions including prosecutor and defense counsel, trial judge, officer-in-charge of a legal services support section, executive officer of a combat logistics regiment, staff judge advocate, and professor of criminal law.

Devin has extensive experience developing case strategy, assessing case risk, and overseeing efficient and productive case resolution. He has initiated, supervised, and executed legal projects from the local/tactical to the global/strategic level and operated in dynamic and high-stress environments worldwide. He regularly handled pleadings, discovery, motions, trials, and appeals. As legal advisor, he provided advice on decisions confronting the military's senior leadership. As supervisor and educator, Devin was trusted to ensure the competence and proficiency of subordinate lawyers and other personnel throughout the organization. In addition, he served as an advisor and consultant to Department of Defense agencies on contemporary legal policy issues, particularly sexual assault reform, and testified before a congressional panel as a substantive law expert. [1]