Among the more than 1 million Americans who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan since 2001, a handful are returning to prewar lives as lawyers with large firms. The American Lawyer's interviews with more than two dozen attorneys show that although the war has been largely unfelt in Am Law 200 offices, it is intensely personal for those who have worked or served in the war zone. By serving, they also pushed against colleagues' unspoken assumption that wars are fought by someone other than lawyers.
Am Law 200 Lawyers Reflect on Life in the War Zone
The American Lawyer
June 18, 2007