Upcoming CLE:

NDAA Changes to UCMJ Procedure for Prosecuting Alleged Sexual Crimes


Sean Timmons, Managing Partner of Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Houston office, will be presenting a free continuing legal education (CLE) seminar; “NDAA Changes to UCMJ Procedure for Prosecuting Alleged Sexual Crimes” on Thursday, June 23rd, 2022.

This CLE will provide an overview of the military justice reforms brought about by the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act. We will discuss the newly created Office of the Special Trial Counsel (STC) and its exclusive authority over certain Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) offenses. We will also review the NDAA changes that made sexual harassment a new UCMJ offense under Article 134 and how it strengthens the military’s response to sexual harassment and sexual crimes.

Attorneys will receive one (1) credit hour in Areas of Professional Practice upon completing this course. Newly admitted attorneys may attend and receive credit for this CLE. Tully Rinckey PLLC is an approved Accredited Provider through the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board.

How to Join:

To participate, please register using the form on this page. Upon registering, you will receive a link and instructions on how to access the CLE.  A timed agenda, supplemental course materials, an attorney affirmation and a course evaluation will be circulated on the day of the CLE.

After the CLE, please fill out and return the completed attorney affirmation and course evaluation to Upon receipt, we will provide a certificate of CLE completion.

If you have any questions about the CLE or our services, please contact us at or 518-218-7100.


Registration for this webinar is now closed, please visit our Events page to view our other upcoming webinars.

Presented by:

Sean Timmons

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As Managing Partner of Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Houston office, Sean oversees all of the office’s operations while concentrating his practice on military law; routinely handling cases involving Article 15s, letters of reprimand, courts-martial and officer/enlisted separation proceedings. Sean also handles federal labor and employment law cases and security clearance representation.