2012 • $75.00 • 562 pp • caseboundForthcoming Teacher's Manual
Veterans Affairs Law is the first and only doctrinal text in the field of veterans affairs. This text employs the case method to explore the primary benefits available to military veterans and their families, the procedures by which claims for benefits are adjudicated, and the availability of representation to those seeking benefits. Targeted towards law students and practitioners alike, Veterans Affairs Law encourages and challenges readers to focus on the policy rationales that have driven the evolution of veterans affairs law in the United States, to consider how those rationales impact the outcomes of borderline cases, and to identify situations in which legal change may be required.
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.