It is a significant transition to change practice areas from a military criminal practice to civil litigation, but if I have learned anything from my service, it is how to embrace and adapt to new challenges and changing landscapes. As a military prosecutor, being active in the courtroom is not just an expectation, it is a requirement. Consequently, my litigation opportunities were robust while I was on active duty, and I took advantage whenever I could because I enjoy the challenge and the exposure to new areas of the law. Even though moving to a civilian civil practice is a significant change, that challenge remains the same, only with opportunities to gain exposure to an even greater variety of practice areas and legal issues. I am excited to start this new chapter in my practice and cannot wait to leverage my unique experience and drive to learn in order to advance client objectives.