Zachary Ellis focuses solely in Military Disability Law and Administrative Law. He is a 2012 graduate of the Villanova University School of Law and a 2009 graduate of Texas A&M University. After serving in the Army JAG Corps, Mr. Ellis entered private practice and devotes all of his energy to helping injured service members get the benefits they deserve.
While on active duty, Mr. Ellis served at Fort Bragg and the United States Military Academy at West Point. While stationed at Fort Bragg, Mr. Ellis served as an Operational and Administrative Law attorney for PSYOPS and Army Special Forces Command. After USASOC, Mr. Ellis took an intrapost transfer to become a Trial Counsel for the XVIIIth Airborne Corps. At West Point, Mr. Ellis served as the Chief Claims overseeing all claims made against the military and West Point for personal injury or property damages. Mr. Ellis is a graduate of the Army Airborne and Air Assault Schools and he graduated from the JAG Officer’s Basic Course on the Commandant’s List.
Mr. Ellis is a Veterans Affairs Accredited attorney and is admitted to practice in the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, the Court of Federal Claims and all Military Courts.