Brigadier General Raymond M Bily has practiced law in PA for 30 years
- Apr. 9, 2014 - PHILADELPHIA --
Colonel Raymond M. Bily, a Staff Judge Advocate of the 28th
Infantry Division, Pennsylvania National Guard and of the law firm of Reiff and Bily, Philadelphia was promoted and placed on the Retired List of the Pennsylvania National Guard in the rank of Brigadier General. Colonel Bily officially retired from military service March 31, 2014. He held the position of the Staff Judge Advocate for six years where he was the senior legal counsel to the Division Command. He was also the supervising attorney for fifteen subordinate officers.
His military career began in 1986 at Fort Carson, Colorado. While there he was an Army prosecutor for the 4th
Infantry Division. Next, he was transferred to Fort Meade, Maryland and served as a courts martial defense counsel. Then Captain Bily left active duty, joined the Pennsylvania Army National Guard and entered private practice with the law firm of Reiff, Morrissey later to become Reiff and Bily. While a Lieutenant Colonel he served and deployed to Iraq during operation Iraqi Freedom. Colonel Bily is also a certified military judge to preside at courts martial under the Pennsylvania Code of Military Justice.