Marshall Dennehey Partners With Widener Law School's Veterans Law Clinic

Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin has partnered with the Veterans Law Clinic of Widener Law School to provide pro bono legal services through its Volunteer Attorney Program. The clinic provides free legal representation to veterans and their dependents with disability compensation benefit claims pending before the Department of Veteran Affairs. A Veterans Benefits CLE training was held at the firm on June 24 for the nine attorneys selected to participate in the program.

According to Lawrence J. Schempp, Marshall Dennehey's Director of Professional Development  & Training, the mission of the Veterans Law Clinic is one that resonates with the firm.

"In seeking out various pro bono opportunities, the Veterans Law Clinic was especially appealing to us considering the number of attorneys we have who are veterans themselves," said Schempp. "We are excited to partner with the clinic on this worthwhile initiative, and support and help veterans who may not otherwise have access to legal services."

In addition to Schempp, Marshall Dennehey attorneys participating in the program include Lauren Moser, Christine Dower, Kaitlin DeCrescio, Lee Durivage, Christine Becer, Tim Ventura, Katharine Koob, and Eric Yun.