The program runs from 8:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Room 141 at the College of Law. It is also being webcast. Registration is required.
The Veterans Advocacy Boot Camp will provide training and orientation for those interested in assisting veterans with a variety of legal needs. Participating attorneys can earn 6.0 hours of Mandatory Continuing Legal Education credit, approved by the West Virginia State Bar.
The sessions will be led by members of Washington, D.C.-based Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program and is co-sponsored by the West Virginia State Bar Veterans and Military Affairs Committee.
The boot camp will also train WVU Law students working in the college’s Veterans Advocacy Law Clinic.
CONTACT: James Jolly, College of Law
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