Marquette Law Alum Major Deon Green on WUWM’s “Lake Effect” Program

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Our alum, United States Army Major Deon Green (Law 1997), was recently interviewed on WUWM’s “Lake Effect” radio program.  Maj. Green is a member of the JAG Corps and serves as the principal legal advisor to the Commanding General of the Third Sustainment Command Expeditionary in Iraq. The Third Sustainment Expeditionary handles all of the logistics and supplies for the 144,000 troops serving in Iraq. As the principal legal advisor, Major Green directs a team of fifty attorneys and legal assistants who address a broad array of issues—from contract questions to offering legal advice to troops serving in Iraq.  

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  1. Professor Williams,
    Thank you so very much for highlighting the accomplishments of our Alum and Wisconsin Association of African American Lawyers member (“WAAL”) United States Army Major Deon Green. In listening to the interview, Major Green emphasized how much it meant to the troops’ morale to be remembered and to have their efforts recogonized by people at home. I want to add that during the holiday season WAAL donated funds and sent holiday packages to Major Green’s unit. Again, thank you, Professor Williams, for keeping us informed about our colleagues.
    Judge Maxine A. White Law ’85 and 2008-2009 president of WAAL

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