Interested in volunteering? Get in touch with us!
Please fill out the form below and tell us how you would like to help. We are in need of volunteer attorneys, journalists, graphic designers, programmers, photographers, videographers, grantwriters, and media/communications specialists. Whatever your skill may be, CVLC is always looking for passionate volunteers who want to help Connecticut's veterans succeed!
SERVICE PLEDGE 2017
Friday October 20, 2017
Offices of Shipman and Goodwin
One Constitution Plaza
Hartford, CT 06103
Why should you make The Pledge? Because your advocacy could change a veteran's life.
Legal advocacy for disabled veterans - many of whom suffer from mental illness, TBI, and other "invisible" wounds - can have a transformative impact on veterans' lives, leading to improved income stability and access to care. Dozens of attorneys, firms, and corporations from around Connecticut have taken the Pledge and committed to attending this training and providing pro bono representation to disabled veterans. We hope you will join us for this year's Service Pledge! The training will fulfill three hours of CLE credits for VA Accredited attorneys.
Sign up for the 2017 Service Pledge
Requirements for attending:
- Must be VA Accredited - Click here to fill out VA form 21-A. Return form to CVLC by 8/25.
- Commitment to take a case on behalf of a CVLC client - either solo or as part of a pro bono team.