Aaron Wenzloff joined CALA as a staff attorney in July of 2018 after almost a decade of experience representing poor, marginalized, and vulnerable individuals and families in a wide-range of civil legal matters. Most recently, Aaron was the Robert M. Cover Clinical Teaching Fellow and Clinical Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School in the Veterans Legal Services Clinic, where he taught and supervised law students representing disabled veterans, veterans of color, and LGBT veterans, as well as veterans’ advocacy organizations in matters related to disability benefits, discharge upgrades, FOIA litigation, class-action suits, appeals, and state and federal legislative advocacy. Before that, Aaron was a staff attorney with New Haven Legal Assistance Association, where he provided legal representation to low-income victims of domestic violence on family, custody, and restraining order matters. Prior to his time at NHLAA, Aaron was a staff attorney and Skadden Fellow at Connecticut Legal Services in Bridgeport, where he represented low-income tenants in eviction and foreclosure matters. Aaron obtained a J.D. from the University of Michigan in 2010 and a Bachelor of Business Administration, also from the University of Michigan in 2006.