Brad Carver, HBS Partner appointed to the Atlanta Commission on Veteran Affairs by Atlanta City Council President Ceasar C. Mitchell

HBS Partner, Brad Carver has been appointed to the Atlanta Commission on Veteran Affairs by the Atlanta City Council President Ceasar C. Mitchell. HBS is honored to have one of its partners selected to serve on the Commission.
Brad Carver is the Senior Managing Director of the HBS Government Affairs group; and also is a member of Energy, Regulatory and Utilities; Environmental, Mass Torts and Land Use; International; and Business Litigation practice groups at the firm.
During law school, Mr. Carver deployed with the Army to Tuzla, Bosnia, from May 1996 to January 1997 as the Commander of a Detachment of the 341st Adjutant General Co. and was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal. In September 2003, Mr. Carver returned to Atlanta from a 14-month tour of duty in Kuwait and Iraq where he supported 3rd Army as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel. Mr. Carver was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for exceptionally meritorious service during combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq during Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Mr. Carver actively continues to serve in the U.S. Army Reserves in the rank of Major as the Senior Legal Opinions Attorney for the 213th Legal Support Organization headquartered in Decatur, Georgia.
In November 2013, the Atlanta City Council approved a resolution establishing the Atlanta Commission on Veteran Affairs for the purpose of serving in an advisory capacity on legislative issues affecting the city’s military population. The advisory commission was formed at the recommendation of Council President Ceasar C. Mitchell. “The creation of the Atlanta Commission on Veteran’s Affairs is vitally important as we create and provide services to the men and women who have served our country through military service,” said Council President Mitchell. “Our veterans often have unique challenges and the Commission will help ensure that those challenges are met in a way that best serves those who sacrificed for our country.”
The Atlanta Commission on Veteran Affairs will consist of nine voting members, including two representatives appointed by the mayor, two by the City Council president, three by the City Council, one by the Fulton County Commission, and one from the Georgia Department of Veterans Services.
Hall Booth Smith, P.C. is a full-service law firm with nine regional offices in Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee. For more than thirty years, HBS has delivered quality legal services with a mission “to ethically and professionally serve our clients by providing the highest quality legal representation in a personally satisfying firm environment.”

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