Effective January 1, 2018 ; this will be a member benefit and password protected
Please feel free to cite and use these resource links below in your own pro bono law school advocacy work for veterans. Please note that while these resources are submitted by NLSVCC members, they come from the public domain and are not necessarily authored by NLSVCC members unless otherwise specified.
- Veteran Claims Due Process Clause Violation
- The following briefs by lawyers at King & Spalding and Williams & Connolly challenge, as a violation of the Due Process Clause, the more than four-year average delay by the Veterans Affairs (VA) in deciding appeals from benefits denials. The briefs argue forcefully that mandamus is the proper remedy for these delays, elaborating on the US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC)’s misapplication of the statutory standard compelling that the VA does not unreasonably delay adjudication of veterans’ benefits claims.
- Brief, Case 17-1747-JB Martin v. Shulkin, Filed August, 9, 2017
- Brief, Case 17-1762-JB Rose v. Shulkin, Filed August 9, 2017