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Leigh Bradley Nominated as VA General Counsel

WhiteHouseLeigh Bradley, director of the standards of conduct office within the office of the general counsel at the Defense Department, has been nominated as the Department of Veterans Affairs‘ general counsel.

Bradley served on active duty as a judge advocate at the U.S. Air Force between 1982 and 1986 before she joined the DoD General Counsel’s office, the White House said Saturday.

She was a senior attorney at the DoD office of the deputy general counsel for personnel and health policy from 1987 to 1994.

Bradley was VA’s general counsel from 1998 to 2001 after she served as the principal deputy general counsel of the U.S. Navy.

She also served as a partner at Holland & Knight LLP, with focus on federal procurement law matters, before she held the chief risk officer role at the American Red Cross.

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