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Gary Myers was born 1 January 1944 in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country.  He attended the University of Delaware where he received his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering in 1965. Gary Myers served as president of his freshman, sophomore and junior classes and went on in his senior year to be president of the student body.

Gary Myers then attended the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law, and graduated in 1968. Gary Myers paid his way through law school by teaching chemistry and physics and coaching soccer at the Harrisburg Academy. Gary Myers was on the editorial board of the Law Review and was published there as well as in the Journal of the Patent Office Society.

He was named the runner-up outstanding oral advocate in the National Moot Court Competition in 1967 held at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. In 1968 his writing on preventive law earned him the award for the most outstanding law review article in the nation in the field of preventive law.

Upon graduation from law school, Gary Myers volunteered during the Viet Nam period for service in the Army JAG Corps, where he received a direct commission as a captain. Gary Myers served in the Army Judge Advocate Generals Corps from 1969 until 1973. He was a defense counsel in the My Lai trials. See Medina, Mary McCarthy, published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972, for a recounting of the trial of U.S. v. Medina and Gary Myers's participation in it.

He also devoted extensive time to civil rights matters while on active duty in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Civil Rights. While a judge advocate he lectured at the Naval Academy on civil rights.

Following his military service Gary Myers served as an adjunct professor of law at the Georgetown University Law Center from 1974 to 1977 where he taught administrative law and a clinic devoted to discharge upgrades for service members. This clinic was funded by the Ford Foundation and was the first effort by a law school in the United States to assist veterans with discharge upgrades.

In 1977 the people of the City of Alexandria, Virginia, elected Gary Myers to the Virginia House of Delegates.

Since 1973, upon discharge from the Army, Gary Myers has represented members in all services. Gary Myers's work was memorialized in the book, Dangerous Evidence, Ellis Cohen, published by Berkley, 1995, which later became a made-for- television movie.

More recently Gary Myers was defense counsel in the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse trials and the Marine Corps Haditha trials. His work in the Abu Ghraib case was memorialized in the book "The Lucifer Effect."

Gary Myers is a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia, Bar Card Number 157115. He is married and is the father of three children.


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