Christopher Francis Attig
Military law Attorney at Little Rock, AR
also known as Chris Attig
16 years, 500 cases
Attig | Steel represents veterans appealing decisions of the Board of Veterans Appeals to the Court of Appeals of Veterans Claims, and the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals.
Chris's experience with county, state and federal governments taught him to navigate the tangled webs of government bureaucracy and inefficiency on behalf of his clients.
As an attorney, Chris served as a Senior Trial Attorney with the Office of Chief Counsel for the I.R.S., where he practiced federal employment law and practiced as an MSPB attorney.
He was selected to serve as a student law-clerk to Chief Justice Thomas R. Phillips of the Texas Supreme Court in 2002, and also served as a law clerk with the Harris County Attorney's Office in Houston from 2000-2001.
Chris served as a Captain in the United States Army from 1993-2004, at posts across the United States and the Republic of South Korea.
He has been awarded the United States Army Commendation Medal, graduated Airborne School, attended Ranger school, and prior to leaving active duty, was invited to attend Special Forces qualification training.
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We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.