The Military & Veterans’ Affairs Committee shall explore and identify legal issues and needs of service members (active duty, Guard or Reserve) living in Indiana or stationed and deployed outside of Indiana, and assist service members and veterans with such needs; continue the Indiana Lawyers for Servicemembers program, which provides pro bono legal assistance to service members, veterans and their families; and develop a network of ISBA members (judges, JAGs and lawyers).
To represent veterans before the department of veterans affairs, you must be accredited by the VA. Accreditation is a two-step process: (1) complete VA form 21a, attaching any necessary documents to the form when you submit it. (2) complete 3 hours of qualifying CLE. To complete the process, you must complete the application and receive accreditation prior to taking the accreditation CLE. This application process could take several months, so we recommend you start the process now.
6/26/2020ISBA taking action on race and equity issues
4/20/2020ISBA President Leslie Craig Henderzahs interviews Sen. Todd Young
7/29/2020[On-Demand] Drivers of Change: AI & Technology in the Workplace
8/15/2020[On-Demand] Drivers of Change: A Shift to Leveling Up Skills
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