University of Virginia Law Students, Local Attorneys Provide Pro Bono Assistance

University of Virginia School of LawNovember 22, 2016

The University of Virginia School of Law published an article on November 1, 2016, entitled, " Law School Volunteers Advocate for Disabled Veterans: Students, Local Attorneys Have Successfully Appealed 7 Disability Claims." K. Jay Galloway, Esquire, an attorney with Morin & Barkley LLP and a participant in the program, adds:

"It would not have been possible without your support to all of the attorneys who have pitched in here with cases referred to them by the Consortium over the last few years. Hoping to add another success on my first case...soon."

University of Virginia Law Students, Local Attorneys Provide Pro Bono Assistance to Veterans

K. Jay Galloway '15 and Dan Krasnegor are helping a group of students gain practical experience and help disabled veterans. Pictured are Kira Schwartz, K. Jay Galloway '15, Sharon Rogart, Michael Goudey, Dan Krasnegor and Mike Srtska. Not pictured: Christopher Byer, Heather Cicchese, Jessica Dussault, Tyler Jerrell, M. Nicholas Rutigliano, Kelvin Sheung, Jordan Silversmith and Jay Travis Williamson.Kira Schwartz, K. Jay Galloway '15, Sharon Rogart, Michael Goudey, Dan Krasnegor and Mike Srtska

Photo of participants courtesy of the UVA School of Law News.