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VLC Produces First Veterans Law Lecture Series Video


As part of the Veterans Law Clinic outreach effort, the VLC has produced the first in a series of educational web videos to help veterans and advocates navigate the VA disability claims process. “The Veterans Law Lecture Series is a simple way for us to help veterans who may be looking for assistance with their own claims,” said Professor Justin Holbrook, Director of the Veterans Law Clinic. “The first video introduces disabled veterans to the application process and explains how to file a claim for benefits with the VA.” The Veterans Law Lecture Series is published on the YouTube channel VeteransLawClinic.

(Embedded video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5zI7WjZlfY

http://www.veteranslawclinic.org/2012/03/01/vlc-produces-first-veterans-law-lecture-series-video