Navigating the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims' Rules of Practice & Procedure
Created on August 17, 2020
On November 18, 1988, the Veterans' Judicial Review Act was signed into law, which established The United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC). The CAVC has exclusive subject matter jurisdiction over appeals from the VA Board of Veterans Appeals. The Court's Rules of Practice and Procedure consists of forty rules that include the requirements for filing an appeal to the Court, time limitations, the Record Before the Agency, Record of Proceedings, motions, briefs, and oral arguments. This program, taught by veteran and attorney Tom Kniffen, will review the Rules of Practice and Procedure and provide tips for effective practice before the CAVC.
Examine the CAVC's history
Review the CAVC's United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
Explore how the rules affect practice before the CAVC
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