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Courtney Edmonds

Assistant General Counsel – National Security

Leidos, Inc.

Reston, VA, Unites States

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Professional Background

Courtney Edmonds is an Assistant General Counsel (National Security) at Leidos, Inc., and has been involved in professional activities relating to federal procurement law for close to 20 years. He decided to start his legal career after he fell short of his goal to be known as the best DJ in Washington, DC. While in private practice, Mr. Edmonds leidos-logowas an associate in the government contracts practice groups of Sidley Austin, Fried Frank, and McKenna Long & Aldridge. As an associate, he provided advice and assistance relating to procurement law, bid protests, identifying and mitigating organizational conflicts of interest, dispute avoidance and resolution, M&A, battlefield contracting, and public/private partnerships. See "Full Profile" above. DISCLAIMER: The ideas, expressions and commentary provided during this LITE Talk are those of Aurelia Flores and are not the ideas, expressions or commentary of Leidos, Inc. or Minority Counselor TV or FHG Media Enterprises. The statements made are for educational purposes only, or may qualify as lawyer marketing and are not intended to serve as legal advice and neither shall the statements create any attorney client privilege with any viewer.


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Courtney Edmonds is an Assistant General Counsel (National Security) at Leidos, Inc., and has been involved in professional activities relating to federal procurement law for close to 20 years. He decided to start his legal career after he fell short of his goal to be known as the best DJ in Washington, DC. While in private practice, Mr. Edmonds leidos-logowas an associate in the government contracts practice groups of Sidley Austin, Fried Frank, and McKenna Long & Aldridge. As an associate, he provided advice and assistance relating to procurement law, bid protests, identifying and mitigating organizational conflicts of interest, dispute avoidance and resolution, M&A, battlefield contracting, and public/private partnerships.