From Military To Law: What Attys Took From Their Service

Litigation and Trials   |   November 9, 2020
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Carlton Fields attorney Charles M. Rosenberg was featured in a Law360 article about the experiences of attorneys who are U.S. military veterans. Rosenberg served in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps during the Vietnam War.

“I was married with a baby and left for Vietnam on my daughter's first birthday,” Rosenberg told Law360. “Although the family separation was very difficult, I got a great deal of jury and non-jury trial experience that helped me enormously when I returned to civilian life. I also lived and worked with a diverse group of people I otherwise would not have met."

READ: Law360, “From Military To Law: What Attys Took From Their Service” (subscription only)

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