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Alabama Law Graduate Discusses Veterans Law Project with Thomson Reuters and Equal Justice Works


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2021 Alabama Law graduate and Equal Justice Works Fellow, Scott Sloss, recently published an article on the Equal Justice Works website titled A Veteran’s Perspective: 5 Things to Know When Working with Veteran Clients.  In the piece, he draws on his own veteran experiences and his time working with veterans in Tuscaloosa County as part of his Equal Justice Works Fellowship.

In addition, an interview with Sloss was also published on the Thomson Reuter’s site, Legal Current. The conversation focuses on the goals and aim of his two-year Equal Justice Works Fellowship—the Veterans Law Project. The full interview can be viewed here.

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