By Charles P. Golbert, Esq.
This is the final introduction I will have the privilege of penning as NAELA Journal’s Editor in Chief. It has been a pleasure serving as Editor in Chief for the past two years.
By Katherine Hayes, JD, Michal McDowell, and Sydney Reuben
Over the years, policymakers, at the urging of patients and their families, health care providers and plans, businesses, and religious leaders, have sought to improve health care delivery for persons with advanced illness.
By Ron M. Landsman, Esq., CAP
This article critiques the agencies’ treatment of sole benefit. It finds that the agencies, unfamiliar with trust law, overlooked state trust law as the source for understanding what it means for a trust to be for the sole benefit of a specific benef
By Laura Jolley Akowuah
The nursing workforce has changed considerably since the original writing of this article in 2010. The economic downturn that began in 2008 has altered the historic supply and demand factors that drive the nursing workforce in the United States.
By NAELA's Member Value Committee
NAELA enjoys a certain stature as the first and largest organization focused on the needs of Elder and Special Needs Law Attorneys.
By Carol Cioe Klyman, Esq.
The period from 1660 to 1700 was a turning point in English probate law.
By William J. Brisk, CELA
Some novels are designed merely to entertain. Others shed light on the human condition and, particularly, how we face challenges, such as disability and death.
By Stephanie L. Schneider, CELA, and Lara Pietrzak, Law Clerk
On June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its written opinion on United States v. Windsor1 and held that section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional.