Charles Dorman




Charles Dorman

BA '70, JD '73 |  Clermont, FL


Charles Dorman, BA ’70, JD ’73 has been a lifetime member of the UF Alumni Association for many years, and he has been inducted into the Grand Guard Society.  Immediately following law school, he entered the U. S. Marine Corps, where he served for 33 years.   While in the Marines he served as the Assistant Judge Advocate General of the Navy for Military Justice, and later as Chief Judge of the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals.  He retired from Marines in 2006 as a Brigadier General.  Then in 2009 he was appointed as a U. S. Administrative Law Judge, serving as a Judge for four different federal agencies - Social Security, Medicare, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, and the Drug Enforcement Administration, until he retired in 2020.  Earlier he served on the Board of Directors of the “DC Gators,” and later as its Vice President.  After a career as an advocate, he is now excited to serve as a member of the Board of Directors of the University of Florida Alumni Association, advocating on its behalf and on behalf of the University of Florida and its students. 

Charlie and his wife Marcel live in Clermont, FL.  He will be serving his first term on the UFAA Board of Directors; his term will expire 6/30/2026.