March 26, 2019

Veterans’ Legal Clinics to Start in November; New Website for Legal Services in Denver

The Colorado Bar Association is beginning a statewide effort to establish free legal clinics for veterans. The first clinics will be held in Denver and Colorado Springs on Veteran’s Day, November 11, and Fort Collins on November 10. Lawyers who are interested in volunteering to staff the “legal advice” clinics are needed for those locations, as well as others to be established in the future.

Additionally, lawyers will be needed to assist in taking on pro bono cases for those veterans needing representation. If you are interested in helping our veterans, please contact Heather Clark at hclark@cobar.org.

Also, a new website has been created to connect local veterans with the people who want to help them resolve their legal issues. Veterans Legal Services of Denver was founded by combat veterans and University of Denver Sturm College of Law students Dustin Charapata and Sean Marsh.

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