VLJ 2019. Vol. I
Here is the first volume of the Veterans Law Journal of 2019. Thanks to all who contributed–we hope you enjoy the VLJ!”
— Jillian Berner and Dave Boelzner, CAVC Bar Association Board of Governors Publications Committee
We are proud to present the winners of our Judicial Conference Scholarship competition. We were humbled to receive many deserving applications and had an unenviable job of selecting the following winners. Please make them welcome at the conference this month!
Check out the recipients here.
The CAVC Bar Association will conduct a half-day program on April 12, 2019, immediately following the conclusion of the Court’s Judicial Conference. The program will feature a brief introduction to Judge Joseph L. Falvey, Jr., followed by a discussion by representatives from the Department of Veterans Affairs about recent and ongoing developments, as well as what is on the horizon.
1:45 p.m. Meet Judge Falvey
Moderated by Chris Wysokinski
Clerk to Judge Falvey
Secretary of the CAVC Bar Association
2:00 p.m. VA Behind the Scenes:
A Panel Discussion
Cheryl Mason, Chairman
Board of Veterans’ Appeals
Richard J. Hipolit
Deputy General Counsel for Veterans Programs
Office of General Counsel
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Office of General Counsel
Court of Appeals Litigation Group
Appeals Management Office
Veterans Benefits Administration
**To accommodate our members who cannot attend the event, it will be recorded and streamed online at a later date. Details to follow.
Chief Judge Davis, along with CAVC Bar Association President Amy Odom and Kenneth A. Walsh, Deputy Chief Counsel of VA’s Court of Appeals of Veterans Claims Litigation Group, will discuss basic veterans law topics. Subjects include the organization of VA, different types of VA disability benefits, and how to read a claims file. The presentation is part of the Veterans Law CLE hosted by the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana.
MARCH 20, 2019
8:30 A.M. MST (10:30 A.M. EST)
Instructions for accessing the webcast will be emailed prior to the event
We’ve created some new social media pages to help our members network and to bring you more content from out events.
Please be reminded that law student scholarship applications to the
CAVC’s 14th Judicial Conference in April, 2019, are due tomorrow, Feb. 20, 2019.
The CAVC Bar Association is proud to offer these scholarships in partnership with the Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program.
POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER
Date: February 20th
Time: 3:30pm EST
Location: Conference Room 10E
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP,
901 New York Avenue, NW
Representatives from the Department of Veterans Affairs will discuss recent and ongoing developments, as well as what is on the horizon. We are pleased to present this program for the third consecutive year.
We are happy to also have this opportunity to introduce Judge Falvey, who will be joining us for this popular program.
Chairman Cheryl Mason, Board of Veterans’Appeals
Richard Hipolit, Office of General Counsel
Marry Flynn, Court of Appeals Litigation Group
David McLenachen, Appeals Management Office
Conference ID: 157955712
Participant Passcode: 7975937768
Reception to follow at City Tap House, 901 9th Street NW.
The CAVC Bar Association is pleased to announce a scholarship competition for law student applicants to attend the CAVC’s 14th Judicial Conference. Selected scholarship recipients will receive paid registration ($290 value) and a travel stipend (up to$500 for those outside the Washington, DC metropolitan area).
Entries must be transmitted via email for consideration to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the email subject line “CAVC Judicial Conference Scholarship Application.” The deadline for all entries is Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 11:59pm EST.
Please help spread the word to law students you know who may be interested and others in your professional networks.
CAVC Judicial Conference Scholarship Competition