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Phillip E. Stackhouse - San Diego, CA

4445 Eastgate MallSuite 200 San Diego, CA 92121

Updated: 10/27/2016

San Diego Military Law Lawyer


Mr. Stackhouse is the principal attorney of Phillip Stackhouse, Attorney representing men and women of the Armed Forces around the world. Prior to beginning his own law firm he served 22–years in the United States Marine Corps retiring in 2006.

While in the Marines, Mr. Stackhouse earned an international reputation as an aggressive, thorough, and respected trial attorney. Mr. Stackhouse has represented military men and women in some of the most high profile cases in a generation...

About Phillip E. Stackhouse

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Trial Lawyer
  • Owner

Practice Areas

  • Military Law
  • Criminal Law - Federal (White Collar Crime)


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Bar Admissions

  • Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, 1999
  • North Carolina, 2007
  • District of Columbia, 2010
  • Colorado, 2014
  • Wyoming, 2014
  • Supreme Court of the United States of America, 2004

Classes and Seminars

  • Frequent Presenter, "Defending Complex Cases", Department of the Navy
  • Trial Lawyers College Weeks 1, 2, and 3, Trial Lawyers College
  • Trial Lawyers College Graduate Course I, Trial Lawyers College
  • Defense of the Damned, Trial Lawyers College
  • Advanced Trial Advocacy Course, USAF Judge Advocate General School
  • Trial Lawyers College Regionals ALL, Trial Lawyers College

Office Information


4445 Eastgate MallSuite 200 San Diego, CA 92121



  • Recipient, Dean's Award
  • Who's Who of American Law Students
  • Outstanding Career Armed Services Attorney Award, Judge Advocate's Association

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