Jay Morse is a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel judge advocate, and is currently the Senior Military Advisor at Center for Civilians in Conflict in Washington, D.C. While on active duty, he served in a variety of positions to include as the Chief of Stability Operations for the Army’s International Law Division; the Chief of the Trial Counsel Assistance Program, where he was also the lead prosecutor in the wartime homicide case of United States v. SSG Bales; the Staff Judge Advocate and Deputy SJA at the 101st Airborne Division & Ft. Campbell; and various positions with the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Infantry Divisions.
Jay’s undergraduate degree is from The Colorado College, and he earned his J.D. from the Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona. He is a graduate of the Army’s Rotary Wing, Airborne, Air Assault, and Ranger schools, and has professional and personal experience in more than fifty countries. He is a founding partner of Corn, Jensen & Morse, as well as a travel writer – you can follow him at jaymorse.org.