Connecticut Veterans Legal Center’s mission is to provide free legal assistance to veterans who are in recovery from homelessness, mental illness, and substance abuse to help them overcome legal barriers to housing, healthcare, and income.
Connecticut Veterans Legal Center’s vision is for all military veterans in Connecticut to live with adequate means, safe and secure housing, and affordable health care.
Above photos (left to right): Client Carl Penna, Pro Bono Attorney Moy Ogilvie, and CVLC Staff Attorney VA Benefits Sharon Fialkovich (center) and Howard R. Udell Staff Attorney Brendan Murphy (right) with CT Bar Foundation Chief Operating Officer Ashleigh Backman. Left photo: CVLC Supervising Attorney Darren Pruslow speaking with CVLC client John Rios. All photos by Desirea Photography.
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CVLC’s Discretionary Injustice Report Highlighted in the Washington Post!
The Washington Post covered CVLC’s Discretionary Justice Report. Click here to read the article.
Connecticut Veterans Legal Center Releases New Data Revealing Stark Racial Disparities in Military Administrative Separations
Connecticut Veterans Legal Center (CVLC) announces the publication of “Discretionary Injustice: How Racial Disparities in the Military’s Administrative Separation System Harm Black Veterans,” a report
Pro Bono Spotlight – Attorney Mike Kennedy
Attorney Mike Kennedy has always taken the legal profession’s responsibility to provide voluntary pro bono services seriously. Much of Mike’s work as an attorney is
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Client Ali Mohhammad (left) and Client Delene Falcon (right). Photos by Desirea Photography.