The Basics of Veterans Benefits Law: Part II
Approved for State Bar College Credit and Texas Board of Legal Specialization Credit in Administrative & Health Law.
Live via Webcast!
Wednesday, November 28th
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
MCLE Credit: 3 hrs
MCLE No: 901256885
Registration Fee: $195 (Free to attorneys who pledge to volunteer at a Veteran's Legal Clinic or take 1 pro-bono case serving a veteran in the upcoming year.)
See Instructions for Accessing Seminar
- How to decide whether to take a Veteran Benefits case - Presented by Brian Walker
- Rules regarding Attorney Representation and Fees (including the differences between withholding and non-withholding fee agreements) - Bob Goss
- DIC (Dependency and indemnity compensation) and Pension benefits
- PTSD claims (including recent amendment to 3.304(f), qualification based on combat, sexual assault)
Jo Ann Merica, Austin
Terry Tottenham, Austin
Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P.
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CLAIMING MCLE CREDIT
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