Lieutenant Commander Victor L. Marquez is a Navy Judge Advocate attorney on Active Duty with the U.S. Navy JAG Corps. LCDR Marquez’s experience with the Navy began in 1999 as an enlisted submariner. After honorable service, he began his undergraduate studies in 2003 using education benefits offered by the “GI Bill” and the State of Texas. In 2011, he graduated from Texas Tech School of Law and received a commission with the Navy JAG Corps. In 2019, LCDR Marquez matriculated at the Naval War College, where he is working towards a Master of Arts in Defense and Strategic Studies, and a Graduate Certificate in Ethics and Emerging Technology, graduation July 2020.
LCDR Marquez, volunteers off-duty with the “Navy Judge Advocate Hispanic Association.” He has a special interest in assisting historically underrepresented people with the law school application process and ongoing mentorship within the legal profession. He is also interested in environmental preservation, online gaming, and emerging technology such as Bitcoin and cybersecurity.
DISCLAIMER: The opinions, statements, or activities herein are solely within the personal capacity of LCDR Victor L. Marquez and do not directly or indirectly constitute an endorsement by the U.S. Navy JAG Corps, the Department of the Navy, the Department of Defense, the U.S. Government, or any entity thereof.