(a) In General.—
Not less frequently than three times each year, the Secretary shall facilitate the provision by a qualified legal assistance clinic of pro bono legal assistance described in subsection (c) to eligible individuals at not fewer than one medical center of the Department of Veterans Affairs, or such other facility of the Department as the Secretary considers appropriate, in each State.
(b) Eligible Individuals.—For purposes of this section, an eligible individual is—
(c) Pro Bono Legal Assistance Described.—The pro bono legal assistance described in this subsection is the following:
(2) Legal assistance associated with—
improving the status of a military discharge or characterization of service in the Armed Forces, including through a discharge review board; or
(d) Limitation on Use of Facilities.—Space in a medical center or facility designated under subsection (a) shall be reserved for and may only be used by the following, subject to review and removal from participation by the Secretary:
A veterans service organization or other nonprofit organization.
(e) Legal Assistance in Rural Areas.—
In carrying out this section, the Secretary shall ensure that pro bono legal assistance is provided under subsection (a) in rural areas.
(f) Definition of Veterans Service Organization.—