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Welcome to the 2013 National Aging and Law Institute. Making a caring community a reality for our clients is a formidable task at a time when health and long-term care systems are out of reach for many, public benefits programs face budget cuts, and the population is aging rapidly. The National Aging and Law Institute will provide you with the multidisciplinary skills and knowledge to ensure you can meet your clients’ and communities’ needs holistically. This year’s Institute is a unique educational event that blends advanced substantive programming for attorneys both in private practice and in non-profit public interest practice, as well as for other non-attorney advocates in the aging network. Plan to join your peers to learn, network, and engage with leading experts in the field. With more than 25 high-quality, in-depth sessions, there is something for everyone.

NAELA has partnered with a coalition of national organizations to ensure that you get a unique opportunity to learn and network. This joint conference is hosted by NAELA and co-sponsored by the National Aging and Law Conference (NALC), a coalition formed by NAELA, the Center for Medicare Advocacy, the American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging, the National Senior Citizens Law Center, the Center for Social Gerontology, the National Consumer Law Center, and the AARP Foundation Litigation.



Program Schedule


Registration Brochure

National Aging and Law Institute Program Committee



Do you want to position yourself as an expert in your state by learning from experienced Elder and Special Needs attorneys? If so, join us at this year’s Advanced Elder Law Review – a two day program including 14 advanced-level sessions focusing on Elder and Special Needs Law.

Studying for the CELA Exam?
All registrants will receive with their on-site registration materials the “CELA Exam Overview Course” and access to the webinar, “Taking the CELA Exam,” (a $175 value) to complement the two-day live program content.

For agenda and session descriptions, go to NAELA.org/2013NALI/AELR


Conference Material will be provided electronically - this year USB drives will not be produced
In lieu of a USB drive, session materials will be available for download on the National Aging and Law Institute website. There will be complimentary Internet access during the conference. This year, as part of your registration for the conference, you will have unlimited, complimentary access to all audio-recorded sessions and materials from the conference after the meeting.

Top Five Reasons to Attend This Year's Conference

1. Hear from the top leaders of CMS, including Jonathan Blum, Director of the Center for Medicare
   at CMS about their vision for Medicare and Medicaid.

2. Engage with a prominent member of the Senate on the aging legislative agenda.

3. Learn how the Affordable Care Act will change the way you advise your older and special
    needs clients.

4. Ethically enhance your interviewing skills and understand the ethical issues of communicating
   with non-clients — learn from experts in Elder and Special Needs Law.

5. Re-charge your batteries and recall the reasons you chose Elder and Special Needs advocacy by 
    networking and sharing
valuable solutions with others.

Networking Opportunities 

NAELA has worked to provide you with a number of opportunities to socialize and network with other attendees. This is your chance to build new relationships as well as catch up with people you have met before.

1.
Evening Cocktail Reception
    Thursday, November 7
(included in the National Aging and Law Institute Registration. Spouse/guest passes available)

2. Section DineArounds
    Friday, November 8
 
3. Exhibit Hall
   A hands-on opportunity to learn about innovative products and services essential to your practice

4. Visit the Washington D.C. tourism site

5. Celebrate NAELA’s 25th Anniversary