The Veterans Law Project–Legal Boots on the Ground


Larry Vogelman VFNH Veterans Law ProjectLarry Vogelman, Legal Director

Attorney Vogelman, son of a WWII Veteran, leads the VFNH Legal Committee in support of the Veterans Law Project-Legal Boots on the Ground. During his service as President of the New Hampshire Bar Association, Vogelman made veterans legal outreach a top priority during his term. Teaming up with the Veterans Law Project supported by the Veterans Foundation, the organization is pursuing a major outreach effort to provide legal representation for veterans in need. Attorney Vogelman has been a trial lawyer for over 35 years, and has tried hundreds of cases to verdict, and handled dozens of appeals in state and federal courts throughout the country.
Tara Sue Myers, VLP Executive Director

Tara Sue Myers is founding board member and volunteer Executive Director of the Veterans Foundation of New Hampshire (VFNH ). A 501c-3 charitable organization, the VFNH is established to serve as a unifying force for veterans service . In 2011, the VFNH adopted the mission of the Veterans Law Project, supporting legal clinics and providing pro bono consultation to pro se veteran litigants with the help of volunteer attorneys.

In 2007 Tara Sue and her partner Ross Myers established www.veteranslawproject.org (VLP). Networking with veteran service organizations throughout the country, the VLP served as an online repository of resources for veterans dealing with legal issues, VA claims and appeals. The VLP helped to coordinate with the NC Veterans Council and North Carolina Central University School of Law to support the establishment of a Veterans Pro Bono Clinic, still in operation at the school today. Tara Sue Myers helped veteran Larry Dean and Attorney Craig Kabatchnick prepare a congressional testimony on the state of veterans legal affairs, the overwhelming need for veterans legal assistance and an overview of the VLP.

Today, Mrs. Myers serves as Executive Director of the Veterans Law Project overseeing operations and development–coming from a long line of combat veterans bringing a unique and insightful view on veterans legal issues.

Supporting veteran service groups for over a decade with multi-media and VA outreach, Mrs. Myers donates her time to the Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Department New Hampshire serving as Legislative Chairman and President of Auxiliary VFW Post 7663, serves as a board member to the Greater Wakefield Chamber of Commerce and volunteer director of Newfield, Maine Recreation. Tara Sue Myers is a media developer and mother of three living with her husband Ross Myers in Wakefield, New Hampshire.

 

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