Partner Jeffrey Kopp was featured in a Detroit Legal News article titled, “Top of the Line: Detroit Law Firm’s Chief Litigator Relishes Challenging Leadership Role,” about his career as both a litigator at Foley & Lardner LLP and as an officer in the U.S. Army Reserves. Kopp dedicated 30-years to his career in the military, and is now in his 20th year at Foley in Detroit, where he serves as the Detroit office hiring partner and chair of the Pro Bono Committee in Detroit.
Kopp told Detroit Legal News, “Foley is one of the most prominent firms in Detroit – and when you read the newspaper, you see our involvement in so many big cases,” Kopp noted. “But we do a lot more than legal work. Over the years, our office has been heavily involved in the community. We've had mentorship programs in elementary and high schools, been key in the work in the greening of Detroit, and offered regular assistance at soup kitchens and transition homes for veterans and children. Foley currently has a national association in providing assistance to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. We also served in many leadership positions on nonprofit boards and associations.”