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Our Veterans Subcommittee and Inclusion Network prioritizes hiring and retaining veterans, whose unique experiences add value to our client teams and enrich the legal profession. Here is what five Schiff veterans have to say about their experience going from military service to client service.
Tracy Adamovich, Captain, U.S. Army
“There’s a well-known military philosophy — adapt and overcome — that has served me well as an attorney. As an officer and attorney, you never know when you will have to change your tactics or strategy or take on a new task at the last minute.”
Mir Ali, Captain, U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Berets)
“So much success in the military has to do with leadership skills and teamwork, and that all transfers over to legal practice as well."
Stacey Cleveland, Specialist, U.S. Army
“Being enlisted definitely had its challenges over the years. You never knew what you would be doing from one duty station to the next, so you quickly learn to be very flexible and resourceful.”
Matthew Galo, Lieutenant, U.S. Navy
“The greatest lesson I learned was that leadership equals taking care of your people. You might not think it, but that lesson translates quite well to our teams at Schiff serving our clients."
Schiff Hardin LLP is proud to announce its recent partnership with the Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program, which provides pro bono assistance to unrepresented veterans or their loved ones appealing the denial of VA benefits.
Partner Mir Ali was featured in Chicago Lawyer on his military career and how he continues serving his country and fellow veterans in his legal career.
Our recent partnership with the Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program will continue their mission to provide pro bono assistance to unrepresented veterans or their loved ones appealing the denial of VA benefits.