Name: Major Charlie Fowler (JD 2011)
Employer: The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School
Title: Future Concepts Officer
Practice Area: Law of Future Conflicts
Major Charlie Fowler (WCL '11) is a Future Concepts Officer at the Future Concepts Directorate, The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, Charlottesville, VA, where he focuses on: the application of the law to future conflicts; developing and reviewing Army, joint, and multinational doctrine; and the design and development requirements to field a globally-responsive future JAG Corps.
Prior to his current assignment, Charlie has been a prosecutor, defense attorney, administrative law attorney, operational law attorney, and command legal advisor to conventional field artillery and special operations aviation organizations at Fort Bragg, NC; Camp Integrity, Afghanistan; Fort Sill, OK; and Grafenwoehr, Germany.
Charlie dropped out of Oklahoma State University in 1996, worked as a janitor, fast food, and short-order cook in Stillwater, OK, and a cook in Oklahoma City. He enlisted in the Army shortly after 9/11, finished college with an ROTC scholarship, and attended WCL as part of the JAG Corps Educational Delay program, including a summer at The Hague, and semester at Bilgi University, Istanbul, as a Boren Fellow.
In his own words: WCL provided me with the opportunity to study law in exciting cities with passionate and intelligent people who have dedicated themselves to serving others.
Join us on February 2, 2022 for Charlie’s Webinar:
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The (sometimes) Exciting Career of a Judge Advocate