9th Annual Veterans’ Legal Assistance Conference & Training
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9TH Annual Veterans’ Legal Assistance Conference & Training
Servicemember to Civilian: Understanding Veterans’ Needs after Service
The Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland is co-sponsoring the 9th Annual Veterans’ Legal Assistance Conference and Training on June 2, 2017 in Baltimore. Details and registration information for the event are below, and we ask that you share this information with your members, networks, and colleagues. Thank you in advance for helping us spread the word about this upcoming conference.
WHEN: FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2017
WHERE: University of Baltimore School of Law, John and Frances Angelos Law Center, 1401 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21201
WHO: Designed for lawyers, law students, veterans, policymakers, and other service professionals, the conference will provide a forum for discussion of critical legal issues facing our veterans.
- Concurrent sessions will include panels on best practices in military discharge upgrades, mediation, immigration issues, and employment issues including veterans’ preference and USERRA.
- The conference will also include basic and advanced trainings for lawyers interested in representing veterans in claims for service-connected disability benefits and discharge upgrades, as well as training for non-attorney veterans interested in serving as mentors for the Baltimore City Veterans Treatment Docket.
INTERESTED IN ATTENDING?
Contact Kiah Pierre at 443.703.3046 or email@example.com to be notified when registration opens.
View the Flyer: CLICK HERE
Advance registration is required. Out-of-state attorneys are welcome.
CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS INCLUDE:
The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic at the University of Baltimore; Homeless Persons Representation Project; Maryland Chapter of the Federal Bar Association; Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland; University of Baltimore School of Law; University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law’s Veteran Advocates for Military Practice and Personnel; Veterans and Military Law Section of the Federal Bar Association; Veterans’ Affairs and Military Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Association