Baltimore, MD, USA
Adam Locascio has a JD from West Virginia University College of Law in Morgantown and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland. Between 2013 and 2018, Adam Locascio served as a captain with the United States Marine Corps base in Twentynine Palms. He also served as the officer in charge of the Legal Services Support Team, Headquarters Battalion. Some of his responsibilities as a captain included serving as an action officer for special research projects at the Pentagon and drafting advisory administrative-legal opinions to the Board for Correction of Naval Records.
For over two years, Adam Locascio litigated courts-martial as a defense counsel. As a legal assistance attorney, he provided legal services to Service Members. As a decision writer with the Social Security Administration, from 2018 and 2020, he drafted disability claim decisions for administrative law judges (ALJ) per court decisions and ALJs’ instructions. Earlier, he taught creative writing classes in Los Angeles from 2008 to 2010.
January 2018 - Present
Experienced and award-winning attorney with demonstrated skills in litigation, legal research, and consumer law. MBA. Willing to relocate and can be admitted on motion to most state bars. Background includes focus on governance, criminal justice, technology transfer, business, and media.
January 2013 - January 2013
● Served as action officer for special research projects within Judge Advocate Division, Headquarters Marine Corps, Pentagon. This required extensive analysis of statutes and regulations.
● Drafted advisory administrative law opinions for the Board for Correction of Naval Records
● Conducted legal compliance reviews on draft MCOs, MARADMINs, and SECNAVINSTs
● Provided legal services to Service Members as an award-winning Legal Assistance Attorney
● Litigated courts-martial for over two years as a Defense Counsel, including conducting extensive investigations to include interviewing of witnesses and later preparing bench briefs and draft findings of fact, orders, and decisions for the judiciary
● Investigated potential HIPAA, BUMED INSTRUCTION 5211.4, and DoD 6025.18-R violations when PHI was used to remove Service Members’ Mission Operational Specialties (MOS) or Security Clearances
● Officer-in-Charge of the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Tax Center in Twentynine Palms, CA