#BZFriday: Judge Advocate Attends Reception Held by Second Lady

From Navy Judge Advocate General Corps Public Affairs Lt. Genevieve Loutinsky, a judge advocate at the Office of the Judge Advocate General, attended a reception honoring military women hosted by […]

From Navy Judge Advocate General Corps Public Affairs

Lt. Genevieve Loutinsky, a judge advocate at the Office of the Judge Advocate General, attended a reception honoring military women hosted by Karen Pence, the wife of Vice President Michael Pence, at the vice president’s residence on March 23.

Loutinsky, an attorney-advisor and action officer in the Office of the Judge Advocate General’s Criminal Law Division (Code 20), was selected from a group of over 50 Navy applicants. Pence led a tour of the first floor of the residence, and then spoke briefly about the challenges facing women in the military. She expressed interest and support in the success of women in the military. The Second Lady graciously took the time to speak individually with each service member.  Pence then led a tour of the outer grounds of the residence, such as the garden areas surrounding the residence.

Second Lady Karen Pence hosts women military members for a luncheon at her home in Washington D.C., Mar. 23, 2017 (Official White House Photo by D. Myles Cullen)

Second Lady Karen Pence hosts women military members for a luncheon at her home in Washington D.C., Mar. 23, 2017 (Official White House Photo by D. Myles Cullen)

“Loutinsky is a top performer within the Office of the Judge Advocate General,” said U. S. Marine Corps Col. Daniel Lecce, Assistant Judge Advocate General, Military Law. “As the Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (SAPR) Policy branch head, Loutinsky has one of the most demanding jobs in the Military Law organization. In addition to managing the Defense Sexual Assault Incident Database, the Annual SAPR Report, and all Navy-JAG-SAPR related products and queries, she is also a member of the Extended Crisis Action Team, Combined Federal Campaign committee, Fleet Law Library, and a Victim and Witness Assistance Program Coordinator.”

Loutinsky graduated from George Mason University in 2007 and from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2010.  After passing the Pennsylvania and New Jersey state bars, Loutinsky clerked in the Homicide Unit at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. She then briefly clerked for the Honorable Roxanne Covington, in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, Criminal Division, and published an article in the Houston Business & Tax Law Journal in 2011 on anti-abuse doctrines in the tax code.

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