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Gary Myers, Daniel Conway & Associates

Phone (24 Hours)
Fax: 1-603-746-2038


Criminal Practice

>> Courts-Martial
>> Courts-Martial Appeals
>> AWOL & Desertion

Administrative Practice

>> Separation Boards,
      Show Cause Boards
      and Actions
>> Reprimands, Article
      15s and Demotions
>> Security Clearance
>> Grade Determination       Boards
>> Clemency and Parole
>> Evaluation Appeals
>> Discharge Upgrades
>> Flight Evalulation
>> BCMR Filings

Medical Practice

>> Medical/Physical
      Evaluation Boards
>> Health Care Provider
      Credentialing Actions
>> Impaired Health Care
      Provider Actions

Federal Litigation

>> Court of Federal
      Claims Actions
>> District Court
>> Federal Circuit Court
      of Appeals










The law office of Gary Myers , Daniel Conway & Associates is dedicated to the worldwide representation of the men and women who serve or who have served in the United States Armed Forces. Specializing in military law and litigation, the firm represents servicemen and servicewomen in all military criminal and administrative matters (including physical evaluation boards), as well as federal litigation.

Gary Myers, the firm's founder and a former JAG Officer, is one of the most experienced civilian military defense attorneys in America.

For 43 years, from My Lai, to Abu Ghraib, and Haditha, Mr. Myers has dedicated his life and his legal practice to the representation of men and women in every branch of the military in every practice area of military law.

Mr. Myers has tried court-martial cases in every service involving virtually every crime named in the Uniform Code of Military Justice. His appeal work has taken him to the Army, Navy/Marine Corps and Air Force appellate courts as well as the highest military court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.

Mr. Myers has represented servicemembers before the Boards for Correction of Military Records, Physical Evaluation Boards, the Discharge Review Boards, the evaluation appeals boards and separation and show cause boards of every service. Further, Mr. Myers has been a leader in addressing the consequences of PTSD in both disciplinary and medical retirement cases.


Daniel Conway is a former Marine staff sergeant who served as an intelligence analyst. 

Mr. Conway has successfully defended service members across the globe to include multiple cases in Iraq and also in Afghanistan. Mr. Conway is lead counsel in a STRYKER 5, premeditated murder case, one of the most significant cases to come out of the war in Afghanistan. Mr. Conway was a key member of the firm's defense team in the Marine Corps Haditha case out of Iraq and the Marine Corps MARSOC case out of Afghanistan.

He has represented members in all services in matters involving Courts-Martial, Correction of Military Records, Article 15s, Reprimands, Appeals, Separation Boards, Security Clearance Denials, Discharge Upgrades and Evalution Appeals.

He is President of the New Hampshire Bar Association Military Law Section.


Lauren Johnson-Naumann, a former Air Force JAG Officer, served nearly 22 years in the military and retired as a  lieutenant colonel. Mrs. Johnson-Naumann is a former Deputy Chief of the Air Force Trial Defense Division and Area Defense Counsel and has extensive experience in all military justice matters.  She served as the Deputy Staff Judge Advocate for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Mrs. Johnson-Naumann concentration within the firm is in the areas of administrative law and appellate matters.

Mrs. Johnson-Naumann's representations extend from Board for Corrections of Military Records work to appeals of all adverse determinations including courts-martial, disability percentage awards, promotion denials, adverse evaluations and titling actions by the NCIS, CID, OSI and CGIS.


Few others have the experience in military justice and military law related matters possessed by
Gary Myers, Daniel Conway & Associates.

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If you require further information, do not hesitate to contact us.

"The way to have good soldiers is to treat them rightly...
A private soldier has as much right to justice as a major general."
Abraham Lincoln 1809-1865

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