Justin Outling Speaks at U.S. Marine Corps Flag Raising Event
Brooks Pierce partner and Greensboro City Councilman Justin Outling delivered an address at the annual Marine Corps League Flag Raising event at Greensboro’s Friendly Center on July 4.
Outling spoke to attendees on the true meaning of Independence Day and thanked the Marine Corps League Detachment Fighting 260 for its contributions to the Greensboro community. Outling’s address was preceded by the raising of the American flag and the national anthem.
The Marine Corps League Detachment Fighting 260 was founded in 1972 and consists of active duty, reserve, honorably discharged and retired Marines with 90 days of service or more. The League encourages fellowship and community service among its members with the purpose of preserving the traditions and promoting the interests of the United States Marine Corps.
Outling focuses his practice on business litigation and white-collar criminal defense. He has served as the Greensboro City Councilman for District Three since 2015. Outling is a member of the boards of directors for Hospice Foundation of Greater Greensboro and Greensboro Downtown Parks. He also serves on the board of visitors for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.