Monday, November 11, 2013
Continuing to Serve Those Who Serve
Over the past half decade, William & Mary's Puller Clinic has worked to train the college's students in the practice of law while providing assistance to Virginia's growing population of veterans. U.S. Senator Mark Warner, as well as members of the clinic, join us live to discuss the vital importance of assisting the Commonwealth's veterans in claiming their owed, and much needed, benefits. We will also be joined by Sal A. Giunta, the first living American to earn the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War and author of the book, "Living with Honor." He joins us in advance of his Thursday, November 14, appearance at Old Dominion University as part of their President's Lecture Series.
Sal A. Giunta - Medal of Honor Recipient, Author, Living with Honor
Mark Warner - Senior U.S. Senator, Representing Virginia
Stacey-Rae Simcox - Professor of the Practice of Law and Managing Attorney of the Lewis B. Puller, Jr., Veterans Benefits Clinic
Captain James Booth - Active Duty Army Serviceman
Victor Hundley - Veteran, U.S. Air Force