How Attorneys Can Volunteer to Help Veterans

Pro bono service opportunities to help lawyers meet the legal needs of American veterans struggling with issues like poverty and disability.

October 2, 2013

Unfortunately, many of America’s veterans struggle with various social issues, which often compound the severity of each other. As many legal services groups have overlooked the veteran population, this article suggests ways for attorneys to get involved and give back to America’s heroes.

Reposted with permission by The Federal Lawyer

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