Coastal Law offers several courses for students with an interest in military and veterans affairs. These courses are especially dedicated to these issues:
  • U.S. Military Law at Home and Abroad – provides practical instruction on the military justice process, including mock courts-martial and administrative discharge boards. Introduces students to the Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC).
  • Veterans Administration Benefits provides detailed coverage about the legal framework under programs, to include benefits associated with disability, pension, education, medical, home loan, and burial.
  • Veterans Benefits Clinic – provides information about an opportunity to develop skills in interviewing and counseling, collaborative team building, and advocacy writing in representing military veterans before the Department of Veteran s Affairs (DVA).

Several other courses and clinics in Coastal Law’s curriculum cover issues of interest to military and veteran students, even though they are not exclusively dedicated to veterans matters:
  • Family Law Clinic
  • Family Law Mediation
  • Immigration Law Clinic
  • International Human Rights
  • International Criminal Law

Finally, Coastal Law’s one-of-a-kind Masters of Law program in Logistics and Transportation offers courses to students working toward their Juris Doctor degree, as either electives or as part of a broader Certificate Program. These include the following courses of interest to military and veteran students:
  • Government Contracts & Procurement
  • Administrative Law for Transportation Professionals
  • Aviation Liability & Regulatory Compliance
  • Marine Chartering

For details on these and other courses, consult Coastal Law’s Course Descriptions.