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<ul><li><p>Veterans Legal Corps Fellow Directory 2013-2014 </p><p>A listing of the attorneys serving in the Veterans Legal Corps, their </p><p>projects, and the geographic areas in which they serve. </p><p>Prepared for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs </p></li><li><p>1 </p><p>About Equal Justice Works Veteran Legal Corps </p><p>Equal Justice Works Veterans Legal Corps is a cadre of 43 talented and committed lawyers </p><p>helping veterans in ten states and 25 cities; some of the lawyers are veterans themselves. </p><p>They are supported by AmeriCorps and by private law firm and corporate sponsors. All </p><p>Equal Justice Works Veterans Legal Corps members are available for consultation for </p><p>eligible clients on general legal issues including income maintenance, VA benefits, housing, </p><p>family matters, tickets and warrants. </p><p>This directory includes: </p><p> Whether the Veterans Legal Corps member is a veteran himself or herself and if so, </p><p>from which branch of service; </p><p> Host organization, service address, phone number and email; </p><p> Project Focus, if any; </p><p> Veterans Integrated Service Network Number (VISN) of service location; </p><p> Whether the host organization has an active partnership with the U.S. Department of </p><p>Veterans Affairs; </p><p> The Veterans Legal Corps members source of financial support. </p><p>This directory is valid until July 31, 2014. </p><p>For more information about the Veterans Legal Corps and partnering with Equal Justice Works, the nations leader in helping lawyers help community, please contact Jamie Odle, Senior Manager for Strategic Initiatives at jodle@equaljusticeworks.org or 202-466-3686 x 203, or Kerry OBrien, Director of Federal Programs and Strategic Initiatives at kobrien@equaljusticeworks.org or 202-466-3686 x132. </p><p>Equal Justice Works is the national leader in creating public interest opportunities for law students </p><p>and lawyers. Collaborating with the nations leading law schools, law firms, corporate legal </p><p>departments and nonprofit organizations, Equal Justice Works offers a continuum of opportunities </p><p>that provide the training and skills that enable attorneys to provide effective representation to </p><p>underserved communities and causes. Equal Justice Works is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. For </p><p>additional information about Equal Justice Works, please visit www.equaljusticeworks.org. </p></li><li><p>2 </p><p>Table of Contents </p><p>CALIFORNIA ............................................................................................................... 1 Los Angeles ......................................................................................................................................................... 1 </p><p>San Francisco....................................................................................................................................................... 5 </p><p>Santa Ana (Orange County) ................................................................................................................................ 6 </p><p>DELAWARE ................................................................................................................ 7 Wilmington ......................................................................................................................................................... 7 </p><p>FLORIDA..................................................................................................................... 8 Miami .................................................................................................................................................................. 8 </p><p>ILLINOIS ..................................................................................................................... 9 Champaign .......................................................................................................................................................... 9 </p><p>Chicago ................................................................................................................................................................ 9 </p><p>KENTUCKY ............................................................................................................... 10 Louisville ............................................................................................................................................................ 10 </p><p>NEW YORK ............................................................................................................... 11 Bath ................................................................................................................................................................... 11 </p><p>Geneva .............................................................................................................................................................. 11 </p><p>Jamestown ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 </p><p>Rochester .......................................................................................................................................................... 12 </p><p>OHIO ........................................................................................................................ 13 Akron ................................................................................................................................................................. 13 </p><p>Canton ............................................................................................................................................................... 13 </p><p>Cincinnati .......................................................................................................................................................... 14 </p><p>Marion ............................................................................................................................................................... 14 </p><p>Cleveland ........................................................................................................................................................... 15 </p><p>Newark (Southeastern Ohio) ............................................................................................................................ 15 </p><p>Toledo ............................................................................................................................................................... 16 </p><p>VIRGINIA .................................................................................................................. 17 Williamsburg ..................................................................................................................................................... 17 </p></li><li><p>3 </p><p>WASHINGTON .......................................................................................................... 18 Olympia ............................................................................................................................................................. 18 </p><p>Seattle ............................................................................................................................................................... 18 </p><p>Everett ............................................................................................................................................................... 19 </p><p>Spokane ............................................................................................................................................................. 19 </p><p>WEST VIRGINIA ........................................................................................................ 20 Morgantown &amp; Clarksburg ................................................................................................................................ 20 </p></li><li><p>1 </p><p>CALIFORNIA </p><p> Los Angeles </p><p>Cheryl Banares </p><p> Host Organization: OneJustice </p><p>3701 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 208, Los Angeles, CA 90010 </p><p> Phone: 213-261-8931 Email: cbanares@one-justice.org Project Focus: Mobile Legal Services to Rural Veterans/Justice Bus Project VISN Number: 22 Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p> Anequa Campbell </p><p>Host Organization: Inner City Law Center 1309 E. 7</p><p>th Street, </p><p> Los Angeles, CA 90021 Phone: 213-891-3204 Email: ACampbell@innercitylaw.org Project Focus: Female Veterans VISN Number: 22 </p><p>Active partnership with VA </p><p>Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>Christy Ferioli </p><p> Host Organization: Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles </p><p>1550 W. 8th Street </p><p> Los Angeles, CA 90017 Phone: 213-640-3855 Email: CFerioli@lafla.org Project Focus: Disability Benefits from VA &amp; SSA VISN Number: 22 Active partnership with VA </p><p> Supported by: AmeriCorps </p></li><li><p> 2 </p><p>CALIFORNIA </p><p> Los Angeles </p><p>Annie Hudson-Price </p><p> Host Organization: Public Counsel </p><p>601 S. Ardmore Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90005 </p><p> Phone: 213-385-2977 Email: aprice@publiccounsel.org Project Focus: Veterans Treatment Courts VISN Number: 22 Active partnership with VA Supported by: Latham &amp; Watkins LLP </p><p> Jonathan Killoran </p><p> Host Organization: Inner City Law Center </p><p>1309 East Seventh Street Los Angeles, CA 90021 </p><p> Phone: 213-891-2880 Email: jkilloran@innercitylaw.org </p><p>Project Focus: Homeless Veterans VISN Number: 22 Supported by: Akin Gump Strauss Hauer &amp; Feld LLP </p><p>Anna Levine-Gronningsater </p><p>Host Organization: Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles 1550 W. 8</p><p>th Street </p><p> Los Angeles, CA 90017 Phone: 213-640-3835 Email: alevine@lafla.org Project Focus: General Legal Services for Veterans VISN Number: 22 Active partnership with VA </p><p> Supported by: AmeriCorps </p></li><li><p> 3 </p><p>CALIFORNIA </p><p> Los Angeles </p><p>Kara Mahoney </p><p>Host Organization: Inner City Law Center 1309 East Seventh Street </p><p> Los Angeles, CA 90021 Phone: 213-891-3218 Email: kmahoney@innercitylaw.org Project Focus: Chronically Homeless Veterans VISN Number: 22 Active partnership with VA Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>Rebecca Miller </p><p> Host Organization: Levitt &amp; Quinn Family Law Center 1557 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90026 </p><p> Phone: 213-482-1800 ext. 312 Email: lqfellow@levittquinn.org </p><p>Project Focus: Family Law, Including Child Support VISN Number: 22 </p><p>Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>Tyler Press </p><p> Host Organization: Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles </p><p>1550 W. 8th Street </p><p>Los Angeles, CA 90017 </p><p>Phone: 213-640-3822 </p><p>Email: tpress@lafla.org </p><p>Project Focus: Removing Barriers to Employment VISN Number: 22 </p><p>Active partnership with VA </p><p>Supported by: AmeriCorps </p></li><li><p> 4 </p><p>CALIFORNIA </p><p> Los Angeles </p><p>Jillian Sadler </p><p> Host Organization: Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles </p><p>1550 W. 8th Street </p><p>Los Angeles, CA 90017 </p><p>Phone: 213-640-3813 Email: jsadler@lafla.org </p><p> Project Focus: VA Benefits VISN Number: 22 Active partnership with VA Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>. </p><p> Waldo Tapia </p><p> U.S. Army Veteran </p><p> Host Organization: Inner City Law Center </p><p>1309 East 7th Street </p><p>Los Angeles, CA 90021 Phone: 213-891-3240 Email: WTapia@innercitylaw.org Project Focus: OIF/OEF Veterans VISN Number: 22 Active partnership with VA Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>Michelle Yashar Rodriguez </p><p>Host Organization: Los Angeles Superior Court Self-Help Resource Center 111 N. Hill Street, Room 426 Los Angeles, CA 90012 </p><p> Phone: 562-807-7302 Email: myashar@lasuperiorcourt.org Project Focus: Veterans with Cases in L.A. Superior Court/Family Law VISN Number: 22 </p><p>Supported by: AmeriCorps </p></li><li><p> 5 </p><p>CALIFORNIA </p><p> San Francisco </p><p>Renee Schomp </p><p>Host Organization: OneJustice 433 California Street, Suite 815 San Francisco, CA 94104 </p><p> Phone: 415-834-0100 ext. 310 Email: rschomp@one-justice.org Project Focus: Mobile Legal Services for Rural Areas/Justice Bus Project VISN Number: 21 Supported by: AmeriCorps </p></li><li><p> 6 </p><p>CALIFORNIA </p><p> Santa Ana (Orange County) </p><p>Megan Hopkins </p><p>Host Organization: Public Law Center 601 Civic Center Drive West Santa Ana, CA 92701 </p><p> Phone: 714-541-1010 ext. 254 Email: mhopkins@publiclawcenter.org Project Focus: General Legal Services for Veterans VISN Number: 22 </p><p>Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>Daniel Triplett, Jr. </p><p>Texas Army National Guard and Air Force Reserve Veteran </p><p> Host Organization: Public Law Center </p><p>601 Civic Center Drive West Santa Ana, CA 92701 </p><p> Phone: 714-541-1010 ext. 268 Email: dtriplett@publiclawcenter.org Project Focus: General Legal Services for Veterans VISN Number: 22 Supported by: AmeriCorps </p></li><li><p> 7 </p><p>DELAWARE </p><p> Wilmington </p><p>Kerry Porter </p><p>Host Organization: Widener School of Law, Veterans Law Clinic 4601 Concord Pike Wilmington, DE 19803 </p><p> Phone: 302-477-2082 Email: kmporter@mail.widener.edu Project Focus: General Legal Services for Veterans VISN Number: 4 </p><p>Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>Elizabeth Tarloski </p><p>Host Organization: Widener School of Law, Veterans Law Clinic 4601 Concord Pike Wilmington, DE 19803 </p><p> Phone: 302-477-2090 Email: eatarloski@mail.widener.edu </p><p> Project Focus: General Legal Services for Veterans </p><p>VISN Number: 4 </p><p>Supported by: AmeriCorps </p></li><li><p> 8 </p><p>FLORIDA </p><p> Miami </p><p>Ryan Foley </p><p>Host Organization: University of Miami School of Law, Health Rights Clinic 1311 Miller Drive, F303 Miami, FL 33146 </p><p> Phone: 609-216-0818 Email: rfoley@law.miami.edu Project Focus: Medical Legal Partnership VISN Number: 8 Active partnership with VA </p><p> Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>Alissa Gold </p><p>Host Organization: University of Miami School of Law, Health Rights Clinic </p><p>1311 Miller Drive, F303 Miami, FL 33146 </p><p> Phone: 305-284-3951 Email: agold@law.miami.edu Project Focus: Medical Legal Partnership VISN Number: 8 Active partnership with VA Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p> Fort Lauderdale </p><p>Amanda Sejba </p><p>U.S. Army Veteran </p><p>Host Organization: Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida, Inc. 491 N. State Road 7, 2</p><p>nd Floor </p><p>Plantation, FL 33317 Phone: 954-736-2456 Email: asejba@legalaid.org Project Focus: Medical Legal Partnership and Veterans Benefits VISN Number: 8 </p><p>Supported by: Florida Bar Foundation and Greenberg Traurig, LLP </p></li><li><p> 9 </p><p>ILLINOIS </p><p> Champaign </p><p>Eric Bulman </p><p>Host Organization: Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc. 302 N. First Street Champaign, IL 61820 </p><p> Phone: 217-356-1351 ext. 122 Email: ebulman@lollaf.org Project Focus: General Legal Services for Veterans VISN Number: 11 Active Partnership with VA Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>Emily Vock </p><p>Host Organization: Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc. 302 N. First Street Champaign, IL 61820 </p><p> Phone: 217-356-1351 Email: evock@lollaf.org Project Focus: General Legal Services for Veterans VISN Number: 11 Active Partnership with VA Supported by: AmeriCorps </p><p>Chicago </p><p>Beth Karpiak </p><p>Host Organization: Equip for Equality 20 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 300 Chicago, IL 60602 </p><p> Phone: 312-341-7345 Email: bethk@equipforequality.org Project Focus: Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injuries VI...</p></li></ul>