Duke Law students provide legal advice for 2011 Bull City Stand Down

November 2, 2011Duke Law News

Students representing two Duke Law pro bono groups spent Nov. 1 at the National Guard Armory in Durham, N.C., serving area veterans as part of the 2011 Bull City Stand Down.

students at Stand Down

Sitting, L-R: Christina Mullen '14, Whitney Bosworth '14, and Nathan Williams '14.

The event provides services such as legal advice and health care for veterans. Volunteers with the Veterans’ Disability Assistance Project (VDAP) and Ambassadors for Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC) provided veterans with legal information, helped conduct client intake, and assisted in a number of legal matters.

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Standing, L-R: James Dunham (NCCU), LANC attorneys Macceen Brownm and Gina Reyman, Kristi Lundstrom '14, and Graham Cronogue '13.

Other volunteers not pictured include: John Doyle '12, Colleen Healy '13, Jonny Havens '13, and Andy Yates '13.