Security Clearance

For those individuals who require security clearance as part of their careers, having your security clearance denied can mean the end of your career. Individuals in the military and private sector employees need a security clearance to be able to work in their chosen fields.

We understand that you may have devoted a significant amount of your career, training and education to pursue an occupation that requires a security clearance. If you have been denied a security clearance or are in need of pre-clearance counseling, we can help. Contact our law firm today to schedule a free initial consultation with a skilled Rhode Island security clearance lawyer.

Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.

Navy JAG Veteran Handles Security Clearances in Rhode Island

Attorney Frank Flanagan offers three decades of legal experience regarding security clearance issues. Frank is a former Navy JAG officer who is active in the Naval Reserves as a Naval Reserve Commander, and is currently a reserve law professor at the Naval Justice School.

In addition to teaching at the Naval Justice School, Attorney Flanagan was an adjunct professor at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island. He understands the level of commitment you have given in pursuit of your career. Attorney Flanagan is available to help you obtain the necessary security clearance to enable you to move forward with your career.

Are You Applying for a Security Clearance?

If you are applying for a security clearance and are concerned that some portion of your past may be less than favorable to you gaining a security clearance, a proactive approach may help your application succeed. With our experience and insight, we perform pre-clearance counseling that helps private sector individuals and military personnel avoid costly mistakes during the interview process.

Has Your Security Clearance Application Been Denied?

If your application for a security clearance has been denied, we can help you appeal that ruling. We are well experienced at appearing before the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA). That insight into the security clearance processes can be invaluable in trying to overcome a denial.

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