November 2010 | Volume 73, No. 10
Despite the best intentions and tireless efforts of veterans groups and social services providers, too many of our service members cannot find or afford the help that they need and that they deserve. Lawyers’ expertise in the law can be a lifeline. This issue of the Texas Bar Journal focuses on State Bar President Terry Tottenham’s initiative to help our veterans, Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans.
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820 Lawyers Serving Veterans: Pro Bono Opportunities and Resources
By Benet Magnuson
824 Veterans Legal Clinic Profiles
832 Serving Those Who Served: Representing Veterans at the VA
By Brian K. Walker
836 Veterans and PTSD: What Attorneys Need to Know
By Bob Brown and Joe Lovelace
840 When Duty Calls: The Impact of Military Service on Litigation
By Grant A. Walsh, Kelly C. Ganzberger, and Christianne L. Edlund
848 Solo/Small Firm: Assisting Veterans
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