Serving Those Who Serve—Representing the Military Client

Michael Berry
Representing a military client is a challenge that offers the opportunity to serve those who selflessly serve and sacrifice on our behalf.

Representing a military client is a challenge that offers the opportunity to serve those who selflessly serve and sacrifice on our behalf.

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Representing a client who serves in the armed forces can be one of the most rewarding experiences in a young attorney’s career. Helping those who uphold and defend the Constitution is indeed a noble endeavor. But it is one that comes with unique challenges that an attorney is unlikely to encounter with non-military clients. Consider the following general guidelines when representing military clients.

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