The federal courts may shut down each Veterans Day, but law firms and the bar aren’t idle when it comes to tackling issues facing former and current military personnel and their families.

Dechert has joined a growing number of firms working to address topics important to military veterans, active-duty service members and reservists—including among their own ranks. Earlier this year the firm launched Dechert Heroes, an affinity group chaired by New York-based real estate partner Krystyna Blakeslee, a former U.S. Marine Corps sergeant who served in the Iraq War.

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