Jeff writes as a columnist for The Chronicle-Independent and grIP Venture Studio, where he publishes a monthly column. His current series, When the Golden Rule Backfires, examines how people make decisions and process information in different ways. It's for those who want to better understand a friend, coworker, or loved one. It can help you recognize your blind spots and help you prevent unnecessary conflict. In sum, it's part of a continuous search for true empathy.
Jeff draws from a wide range of experience as an advisor and a teacher. As an attorney, Jeff has dedicated his career to helping others make good decisions. Those who have sought his advice include the most senior military officers (during combat operations and peacetime) when he was a JAG and companies of all sizes (startup to Fortune 500) as part of his IP practice. A veteran of foreign wars, he has served in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
He has served as both a prosecutor and a criminal defense attorney. He has also provided advice on family law matters, including divorce and estate planning, to military members and their families. Before entering private practice, Jeff taught law and leadership courses at the Naval Justice School. He is a member of grIP Venture Studio and is the founding sponsor of Clemson University’s Catalyst program. When Jeff is not involved in one of these ventures, he's probably doing what he loves: helping kids grow through youth sports.
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Jeff's unique novel Forever Across The Marsh (a #1 Amazon Best Seller in 2020, 2021 & 2022) intertwines wit, depth, and mystery.
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