Annual Meeting

ABA House urges law schools to create veterans' law clinics


The ABA House of Delegates has adopted a policy urging all law schools to create veterans law clinics to ensure veterans’ legal needs are met.

Resolution 104A (PDF) further states that “where a particular law school lacks the necessary resources to create a stand-alone veterans law clinic, the school is urged to meet those legal needs of qualifying veterans through an existing legal clinic.”

The proposal was sponsored by the Young Lawyers Division.

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