Mike McClory has earned a reputation as an editor par excellence for his work on projects ranging from award-winning reports and reader-friendly technical manuals to critically acclaimed books and decision-winning legal briefs.
• Editor of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Annual Performance Report FY 2000 —
ranked first by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University among submissions from all Federal departments.
• Editor of Follow the Leader: A Dogs-Eye View of Washington — How Washington looks from a canine perspective. The book received rave reviews from the national media, including The Washington Post, NBC’s Today show, and CNN’s Larry King Live.
• Editor of the first draft of First Get Mad, Then Get Justice — This handbook for victims of crime, written by former West Virginia Attorney General Charles G. Brown, explains victims’ rights in plain English, not legalese.
• Editor of decision-winning briefs, petitions, and friend-of-the-court letters.
• Editor of the Hill Rag, a Capitol Hill newsmagazine, from 1980 to 1982. The publication grew from 36 pages to 98 pages, and advertising revenue increased 300 percent.
• Editor of the Department of Veterans Affairs Veterans Health Benefits Handbook, praised by VA Secretary Eric K. Shinseki for providing America's Veterans with a "comprehensive, easy to understand roadmap to the medical benefits they earned with their service.”