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Finding Books About Veteran Benefits at OCU Law Library
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Some subjects or key terms you may want to uses when searching the catalog include:
United States. Dept. of Veterans Affairs--Rules and practice
Disabled veterans--Legal status, laws, etc.
Veterans--Medical care--Law and legislation
You may also want to look in the catalog or browse the shelves for resources in the following call number range:
KF7709 - KF7749
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West Veterans Appeals Reporter
West's Veterans Appeals Reporter
This set is a federal case law reporter series in West's National Reporter System. This product covers opinions and decisions from 1992 to date issued by the United States Court of Veterans Appeals. Cases published in this product series are enhanced with headnotes, Key Numbers and synopses prepared by West's attorney editors.
Not available in print at the Law Library. Decisions contained in the reporter are available electronically via Westlaw and Lexis.
The Board of Veterans’ Appeals makes decisions on appeals on behalf of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Although it is not required, a veterans service organization, an agent, or an attorney may represent a claimant. Appellants may present their cases in person to a member of the Board at a hearing in Washington, D.C., at a VA regional office or by video conference.
Decisions made by the Board can be found on the Web site at www.index.va.gov/search/va/bva.html. The pamphlet, “How Do I Appeal,” is also available electronically.
A final Board of Veterans’ Appeals decision that does not grant a claimant the benefits desired may be appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, an independent court, not part of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Electronically Available Resources
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Print Materials Related to Veteran Benefits