Prof. Hugh McClean addresses Army JAG officers about work of Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic

UPDATES/University of Baltimore School of Law

Pictured from left:  Col. Lee Cummings, deputy commander - East, U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command; Aniela Szymanski, visiting professor of practice, William and Mary Law School; Professor Hugh McClean; Daniel Nagin, vice dean for experiential and clinical legal education and clinical professor of law, Harvard Law School; Maj. John Fitzpatrick, supervising attorney and senior clinical instructor, Harvard Law School; Laurie Neff, director, Mason Veterans and Servicemembers Legal Clinic, George Mason University School of Law. Pictured from left: Col. Lee Cummings, deputy commander-East, U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command; Aniela Szymanski, visiting professor of practice, William & Mary Law School; Hugh McClean, visiting assistant professor of law and director of the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic; Daniel Nagin, vice dean for experiential and clinical legal education and clinical professor of law, Harvard Law School; Maj. John Fitzpatrick, supervising attorney and senior clinical instructor, Harvard Law School; Laurie Neff, director, Mason Veterans and Servicemembers Legal Clinic, George Mason University School of Law.

Professor Hugh McClean, director of The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic, gave a presentation July 18 at the annual U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command Northeast Region JAG On-Site Legal Training Conference, held at Fort Belvoir, Va.

McClean, who served in the U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps from 2003 to 2014, was among several law school…

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