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Board of Veterans' Appeals

Veterans Law Review-Vol.1, 2009 (Online Version)

Front Matter 

SECRETARY’S FORUM

ARTICLES
EFFECTS OF REPRESENTATION BY ATTORNEYS IN CASES BEFORE VA: THE “NEW PATERNALISM”  
Steven Reiss & Matthew Tenner
VA’S DUTY TO ASSIST IN THE CONTEXT OF PTSD STRESSOR VERIFICATION: WHAT MUST VA DO TO FULFILL THE VETERANS CLAIMS ASSISTANCE ACT OF 2000?  
Shera Finn, Thomas Jones, & Barbara C. Morton
FEDERAL JURISPRUDENCE REGARDING VA’S DUTY TO PROVIDE A MEDICAL EXAMINATION: PRESERVING THE UNIQUELY PRO–CLAIMANT NATURE OF VA’S ADJUDICATORY SYSTEM WHILE PROVIDING TIMELY DECISIONS  
Daniel Brook, Motrya Mac, & Nathaniel Doan
WHY SO MANY REMANDS?: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF APPELLATE REVIEW BY THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR VETERANS CLAIMS  
James D. Ridgway
GULF WAR SYNDROME: ADDRESSING UNDIAGNOSED ILLNESSES FROM THE FIRST WAR WITH IRAQ  
James P. Terry
THE ROLE OF NEW MEDIA IN THE VETERANS BENEFITS ARENA  
Emily Woodward Deutsch, & Michael Donohue
NOTES & COMMENTS
TWO PERSPECTIVES ON LEGAL AUTHORITY WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS ADJUDICATION  
Jeffrey Parker
REFORMING VA’S MEDICATION COPAYMENT STATUTE  
Timothy J. McDonald
VA’S DUTY TO ASSIST INCARCERATED VETERANS  
Jonathan Hager
VA DISABILITY APPEALS & 38 U.S.C. § 7105: IS THE ONE YEAR TIMEFRAME FOR THE FILING OF A NOTICE OF DISAGREEMENT EXCESSIVE?  
Phyllis L. Childers
BOOK REVIEWS
BLOOD BROTHERS: AMONG THE SOLDIERS OF WARD 57 BY MICHAEL WEISSKOPF  
Alice A. Booher
HONOR BOUND: AMERICAN PRISONERS OF WAR IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, 1961–1973 BY DRS. STUART I. ROCHESTER & FREDERICK KILEY  
Alice A. Booher
BOOK REVIEW ESSAY
CONSEQUENCES OF COMBAT: A REVIEW OF HAUNTED BY COMBAT: UNDERSTANDING PTSD IN WAR VETERANS INCLUDING WOMEN, RESERVISTS AND THOSE COMING BACK FROM IRAQ BY DARYL S. PAULSON & STANLEY KRIPPNER; AND MOVING A NATION TO CARE: PTSD AND AMERICA’S RETURNING TROOPS BY ILONA MEAGHER  
Holly Seesel, Mary Sorisio, & Paul Sorisio

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