Volume V: 2015 Symposium Edition


Table of Contents

Note from the Editor-in-Chief


Justice Delayed; Justice Denied? Causes and Proposed Solutions Concerning Delays in the Award of Veterans’ Benefits
by Michael P. Allen

Post-Deployment Treatment for Successful Reintegration
by Michelle Zielenski

The History of Veterans Benefits: From the Time of the Colonies to World War Two
by Mariano Ariel Corcilli

A High Price to Pay: Combat Injury in Iraq and Afghanistan
by George D. Garcia

Challenges in Assessing and Assisting Military Personnel with Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries
by Robert A. Seegmiller

Best Emerging Holistic Advocacy Practices to Break the Cyclical Trauma, Depression, Alienation and Criminalization Afflicting our Returning War Heroes
by Paul Freese and Natalie Klasky


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