CardHub.com Nov. 24, 2013
Military personnel, whether on active duty, in the Reserves or National Guard, are typically young, between the ages of 18-24, and for the first time in their lives have a steady income with benefits. This makes them much more economically-attractive and can create a perfect storm for debt issues, explained Thomas White, director of the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic, who offers reasons why they need financial protection under the Servicemembers Civilian Relief Act.
His article is about half-way down this website.
SouthtownStar Nov. 14, 2013
The Chicago Bulls, and sponsor Midway Movers, honored members of The John Marshall Law School Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic for their outstanding work assisting veterans with VA claims. Homewood, Ill., resident Akeela White was among those recognized.
“Thank you.” At a time when members of the military receive thanks from the public for their service, it was Medal of Honor recipient former Army Capt. William Swenson who delivered his own gratitude. Swenson thanked students and staff at The John Marshall Law School’s Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic (VLSC) for the service…
WSOY (Radio) Decatur, Ill. Nov. 11, 2013
Veterans across Illinois whose disability claims are rejected by the VA can get free legal help to file an appeal. The help comes from the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic, run by the John Marshall Law School. Director Brian Clauss says the organization knows how to cut through the clutter and write a successful appeal.
PRWeb Nov. 7, 2013
Chicago Bulls team sponsor Midway Movers will help celebrate the work of the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic during the Bulls pre-game ceremony Monday, Nov. 11.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Nov. 1, 2013
Alumnus Frank Del Barto's work as a pro bono attorney for the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic has resulted in a substantial settlement for a World War II veteran.
Chicago Sun-Times Oct. 23, 2013
Columnist Mark Brown's efforts, coupled with the work of John Marshall's Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic students and pro bono attorney Frank Del Barto, result in outstanding financial award for World War II vet.