Professional - Committed - Experienced - Knowledgeable - Ethical - Competent
Members of CAP are peer reviewed and offer proven expertise to serve older adults, people with special needs and their families.
Preeminent in the Field of Elder and Special Needs Law
A member of the Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP) is preeminent in the field of Elder Law and Special Needs Planning. CAP members are experienced, outstanding and exceptionally skilled in their practice of Elder Law and Special Needs Planning. Members continually make substantial contributions to the field by demonstrating leadership on issues affecting older adults and people with special needs in:
to membership, most CAP members must be certified by the Board of
Certification of the National Elder Law Foundation, a nonprofit
organization founded in 1993 that offers the only Elder Law program
for certification accredited by the American Bar Association.
attorneys become members of CAP following selection as a Fellow of
NAELA. A fellow is an attorney who:
as a Fellow signifies that peers recognize the attorney as a model
for others, and as an exceptional lawyer and leader. After meeting
the above criteria, a candidate for CAP must be nominated and
selected by vote of the members of CAP.
If you are committed to excellence in Elder and Special Needs Law and want to stand out in the field, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.