Veterans

Introducing LEAP:  LACBA’s Entrepreneurial Assistance Program for Veterans

LACBA’s Veterans Legal Services Project announces an exciting new expansion to its services for veterans.  Through LEAP, we will offer legal education and legal assistance to veteran entrepreneurs to aid with small business development. 

The Veterans Project is teaming up with Syracuse’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families and Orrick to present a series of video workshops centered on common legal questions that arise in small business development.   Click here to watch the first video in the series.

In 2020, LEAP will accept eligible graduates and alumni of Syracuse’s National Entrepreneurship Programs for Veterans, EBV (Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans) and V-Wise (Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship) to assist disabled veterans and women veterans with navigating the legal needs of their businesses.




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Since 2011, the Veterans Legal Services Project has helped resolve and refer hundreds of matters on behalf of the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces.

The Project's current initiative is a collaboration with U.S. VETS and Los Angeles County to offer pro bono legal services at Patriotic Hall in downtown Los Angeles.

LACBA's Veterans Legal Services Project works to identify and address opportunities to assist veterans, active military personnel and reservists with their legal needs.

The program targets veterans who are unemployed and at risk of homelessness by offering legal services, clinics, and self-help workshops in the areas of:

Clearing Outstanding Tickets and Warrants

Reinstating California Driver Licenses

Expungements: Clearing Criminal Record for Employment


Veterans

 

L-R: LACBA Past President Brian Kabateck and Award recipient Anthony Bonadies of the Inner City Law Center staff

The Veterans Legal Service Project was pleased to present its Honorable Benjamin Aranda III Award to Anthony Bonadies for his outstanding service to the Project.  Anthony, an Army Veteran and exceptional attorney, has volunteered with the project in nearly every capacity for the past two years, in addition to working his regular job as a full-time staff attorney at the Inner City Law Center.   He has personally worked on more than 40 cases, participated in multiple monthly clinics and regularly staffed our office hours at Patriotic Halls.  Thank you for your inspiring service to this nation and this nations’ veterans.



Visit Our Information for Veterans Seeking Help Webpage




 





CONTACT US:
VETERANS LEGAL SERVICES PROJECT
Directing Attorney, Tara Hunter (213) 896-6414   Send an Email

 



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