U.S. Army veteran and PCVA associate, Michael McNeil shares his insights on leadership and responsibility in a recent Law360 article, “From Military To Law: What Attys Took From Their Service.” Describing how the skills he learned during his time in the military have supported his legal practice, Mike says, “Probably the most transferable attribute that I cultivated in the Army and was able to bring into my career as an attorney was leadership. As a leader, the buck stops with you. When the leader says, ‘this is my fault,’ no one has to point fingers or waste energy trying to absolve themselves of responsibility for the failure. Instead, everyone can immediately start to find solutions so that the failure is not repeated.”

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