An Introduction to Veterans Law:
What You Need to Know to Become Accredited
Kent Eiler, Esq. Art Gage Law
Amy Odom, Esq., Chisholm Chishom and Kilpatrick
John V. Tucker, Esq., Tucker Law Group
November 3, 2021
1:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. ET*
Join three expert practitioners on a journey through the basic tenets of veterans law. Each presenter will spend 1.25 hours covering important concepts required for VA accreditation. These topics include representation before VA, claims procedures, basic eligibility for VA benefits, the right to appeal, disability compensation, dependency and indemnity compensation, and pension. While geared towards those seeking VA accreditation, it is also an excellent refresher for novice practitioners!
John V. Tucker (hour one) is the Principal of Tucker Law Group, P.A., a law firm with a national VA Service-Connected Compensation and ERISA Disability Insurance law practice headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida. John is AV-Rated by Martindale Hubbell, has received a 10/10-Superb designation by Avvo.com, and has been named to the Florida Super Lawyer and Florida Legal Elite lists for several years. He is the current chair of NOVA’s Webinar Planning Committee and was recently elected to serve on the NOVA Board for a three-year term starting January 2022.
Amy Odom (hour two) joined Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick in September 2018 as an appellate attorney, and currently serves as the firm’s Appellate Strategy Coordinator. Prior to joining CCK, Amy served as a staff attorney and then as the Director of Litigation at the National Veterans Legal Services Program. She is a past President of the CAVC Bar Association, as well as a credited author of the Veterans Benefits Manual 2009-2013 editions, and a credited editor of the 2014-2018/2019 editions.
Kent Eiler (hour 3) is an attorney at Art Gage Law, a veteran, and continues to serve in the United States Air Force Reserve as a judge advocate (JAG). Prior to joining Art Gage Law earlier this year, Kent was the Project Director of the New York City Bar Justice Center’s Veterans Assistance Project which, during Kent’s tenure, obtained millions of dollars in ongoing and retroactive benefits for low-income veterans throughout New York City.
*Each segment of instruction will include 15 minutes for questions and there will be a 15-minute break between segments.
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Member Registration Fee: $149.00
Non-Member Registration Fee: $199.00
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