Many of you know that I served as an infantryman in the Marine Corps earlier in life. As it turns out, I could never shake the urge to get back into uniform. Effective Friday, April 21, I will be leaving Curran Moher Weis to join the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps on active duty. I will start with a six-week basic training program at Fort Benning, Georgia, followed by a ten-week legal training program at the Army’s JAG school in Charlottesville, Virginia. In September, my family and I will be moving to Hawaii where I will join the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks.
To those attorneys with whom I had cases, thank you for your professionalism and dedication. You made a difficult area of law more enjoyable. To those clients I had the privilege to represent, I hope I made a difficult time a little easier. Last but certainly not least, it was a privilege to work with this firm. The skill, work ethic, and positive attitude on constant display here made Curran Moher Weis a terrific and enjoyable place to work, and I am sad to leave it. But duty calls.
Andrew J. Harman, Esq.