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More vets can receive benefits with the help of the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. Created in 1988, the court reviews cases dealing with entitlement to disability or survivor benefits administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Not part of the VA, the court ... Read more

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    Pros

    Great people which mostly depends on the Judge you clerk for and his/her chamber's staff. Just fyi, I clerked long before 2014 but that was the closest option for "last year at employer." Also great experience and training as far as legal research and developing experience with administrative law.

    Cons

    Some of the work is mundane and repetitive as the appellant's have the ability to appeal when they really have no basis for their claim... for e.g. they were never in the military or the spouse/dependent of a veteran...

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