|MN||Authorized to practice||2010||02/14/2017|
|Owner||Midwest Military & Veterans Law||2016 - Present|
|Attorney||Law Offices of David P. Sheldon||2010 - 2016|
|Extern||Ramsey County District Court||2010 - 2010|
|Student Attorney||Anoka County Public Defender's Office||2008 - 2008|
|Law Clerk/Paralegal||Law Offices of David P. Sheldon||2005 - 2010|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Federal Bar Association, Military and Veterans Law Section||Committee Member||2015 - Present|
|American Bar Association||N/A||2015 - Present|
|Minnesota State Bar Association||Military and Veterans Law Section||2014 - Present|
|Supreme Court for the State of Minnesota||Admitted to Practice||N/A|
|United States Court of Federal Claims||Admitted to Practice||N/A|
|United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit||Admitted to Practice||N/A|
|United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit||Admitted to Practice||N/A|
|United States District Court for the District of Minnesota||Admitted to Practice||N/A|
|Adams v. United States of America, No. 16-2296 (Fed. Cir. July 6, 2016)||Pending|
|Schwalier v. Hagel, 734 F.3d 1218 (D.C. Cir. 2013)||Transfer to Federal Circuit|
|See all legal cases|
|Case In Point||Key Case: Wilhelmus V. Geren||2017|
|Case In Point||Malcolm V. United States And The Pitfalls Of Federal Litigation In Military Records Correction Board Cases||2017|
|Case In Point||New BCNR Rules For Requests For Reconsideration?||2016|
|Case In Point||U.S. Court Of Claims Awards Nearly $4 Million In Attorneys’ Fees Against United States In Veterans Benefits Class Action||2016|
|Federal Bar Association, Veterans and Military Law Section Newsletter||Department of Defense Expands Guidance for Veterans Seeking Discharge Upgrades in PTSD- related Cases||2016|
|Federal Bar Association, Veterans and Military Law Section Newsletter||U.S. Court of Claims Awards Nearly $4 Million in Attorneys’ Fees Against United States in Veterans Benefit Class Action||2016|
|William Mitchell Law Review||Staff Member and Editor||2010|
|National Security Forum Journal||Coordinating Editor||2010|
|William Mitchell College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2010|
|Macalester College||Political Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2003|
|University of Minnesota Military Law and Advocacy||The Boards for Correction of Military Records: Administrative Function and Judicial Review||2017|
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I hired Brian to help on a security clearance and GOMOR (general officer memorandum of reprimand) and I can not express how great of a job he did.
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HIGHLY recommend to anyone seeking an attorney
Posted by Amanda
Mr. Schenk worked on a case I had that involved ROTC at my university. The situation ended up being very complex and drawn out, but Mr. Schenk was outstanding throughout it all. It was intimidating trying to deal with all legal system processes, but he explained things very clearly to me and made things easy to understand. He was always available to contact about any questions that I had, and he responded quickly. He always made me feel like he was invested in my case, and his hard work and communication really made the difference for me. I'd recommend him to anyone who needs a military lawyer.
Posted by anonymous
Brian Schenk was the primary author for all legal filings on my BCMR appeal through the DC court system over a five plus year period. Unique ability to capture the messages and key points of law. He's earned my highest recommendation. I would hire him again in a heartbeat.
Courtney Sebo, Estate planning Attorney
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Brian is an excellent attorney, a highly intelligent person, and an ethical practitioner with excellent experience in federal military law. He provides excellent client representative and is a hard worker. I highly recommend Brian.
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