Jonathan Dailey served as a student judge advocate in the Marine Corps after being commissioned in 1991. Mr. Dailey graduated from Williams College, with Honors, and he spent a year abroad during his junior year at Oxford University, Exeter College, where he boxed in the Oxford-Cambridge boxing match, earning an Oxford Blue. During his Williams College tenure, he trained for two summers at Officers Candidate School, USMC. He entered the Washington College of Law, graduating cum laude, to become a judge advocate in the Marine Corps and passed the Virginia Bar in the fall of 1994. During his summers in law school, he served at the Washington Navy Yard, Marine Corps Appellate Division, and was tasked with writing the first draft of the UCMJ Article prohibiting sexual harassment after the Tailhook episode in the Navy. During his second summer he served at the New River Marine Corps base, where he prosecuted and administratively discharged Marines accused of misconduct. He was honorably discharged in 1995 as a Captain. Mr. Dailey was in private practice in Virginia, Washington, DC, and Maryland for 24 years, with over 65 jury trials. In 2004, he was named in the Washingtonian as one of the top lawyers of the 80,000 lawyers in that region and was also awarded membership in the prestigious Million Dollar Verdict Club. Mr. Dailey joined Clear Creek Partners as a licensed Series 63 investment banker for three years. With his extensive legal and financial background, Mr. Dailey is now guiding companies as a consultant in government contracts.