Seven Law Students from Veterans Advocacy Clinic Contribute Articles About Veterans to Baltimore Barrister Magazine

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Seven students serving in The Bob PBaltBarristerarsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic in the University of Baltimore School of Law are authors of two articles in the latest issue of Baltimore Barrister magazine.

Students Logan Hayes, Krista Johnson, and Clayton Day co-authored the article “Veterans Treatment Courts: An Opportunity to Serve Those Who Have Served.” Students Asa Baitch, Jarred Nicholson, Jamie Brown, and Alyxandrya McClelland co-wrote the article “The Deborah Sampson Act: A Step Forward in Equality for Women Veterans.” Both articles can be found in the online edition of Baltimore Barrister.

Learn more about The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic.

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