National Law School Veterans Clinic Coalition Veteran Service Organization (VSO)

The law school members of the National Law School Veterans Clinic Coalition are forming a veteran service organization (VSO) so that the Coalition can be recognized by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and gain increased access to our veteran client records and VA claims resources.

To do this, we must provide the names of 2,000 supporters of law school veterans clinics who are willing to be considered “members” of our VSO. We just need 500 more names by Friday!!!!

Membership requires no dues, and simply notes your support for the work of law school clinics serving veterans.

If you are willing to be included as one of the members of our membership organization, please indicate that by including your name on the below Google form, or let me know by reply email.

Your email address is not required, but if you provide it, we will be happy to add you to our email list so that we can keep you up to date on activities of the national coalition.

Other than adding your name as a member, nothing else will be asked of you as a result of your membership, and you will have no further obligation as a result of adding your name.

You are encouraged to forward this to friends and family as well!

Thank you for your support of veterans and the law school clinics and attorneys who are assisting them on a pro bono basis.

The information and sign up is here:

Thank you for your consideration!  Please let me know if you have any questions.

Patricia E. Roberts
Clinical Professor of Law
Director of Clinical Programs
Director of the Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic