New Practitioner Training



NOVA hosts two seminars a year, one in the fall and one in the spring. Each seminar consists of a one-day New Practitioner Session and a two-day General Seminar. These seminars are taught by the most experienced practitioners in the field of veterans’ law and feature the latest information and guidance as VA continues to make the transition from a paper-driven system to digital records. CLE credit for these events is available for most states.

Frequently, these conferences are recorded and available here on our website for purchase. See what we have to offer below!

Spring Conference 2014 New Practitioner Sessions

This is a collection of all six one-hour video presentations for New Practitioners from the 2014 Spring Conference.

Presentations include:

  • How to Determine the Value of a VA Claim, presented by Kenneth Carpenter
  • Overview of VA Benefits Structure, presented by Zachary Stolz
  • Walk Through a Claim, presented by Sara Hill
  • Establishing Entitlement to Service-Connected Compensation, presented by Christopher Attig
  • Downstream Issues, presented by Todd Wesche
  • Communicating with the VA, presented by Brett Buchanan

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Fall Conference 2012 New Practitioner Sessions

This is a collection of all six one-hour video presentations for New Practitioners from the 2012 Fall Conference.

Presentations include:

  • How to Determine the Value of a VA Claim, presented by Kenneth Carpenter
  • Developing Your Case to Win at the Agency, presented by Robert Chisholm
  • Downstream Issues, presented by Barbara Cook
  • Establishing Entitlement to Service-Connected Compensation, presented by Matthew Hill
  • A VA Claim from Beginning to End, presented by Jill Mitchell
  • Overview of VA Benefits Structure, presented by Zachary Stolz

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