NAELA is committed to bringing the highest quality Continuing Legal Education and professional development opportunities. The Academy's educational programming covers the spectrum in Elder and Special Needs Law, from the most prevalent to emerging issues.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
NAELA is the gateway to excellence in Elder and Special Needs Law education by offering an exceptional array of live and virtual meeting content resources targeting every level of the profession all designed to expand your knowledge in the field. NAELA works with State Bar Associations to preregister educational programming, so attendees can collect the required CLE/Ethics credits. Each state has different requirements for live and virtual meetings.

Online Education Center
At the NAELA Online Education Center (accessed through the NAELA Store) you can get instant access to webinars and recorded educational programming along with course materials available for purchase. Take advantage of "NAELA Tool Kits" available at special prices on such topics as "Veterans Benefits" and "Practice Development".  Discounts apply to NAELA members*.  Once you purchase your content, you will have 90 days to view it and print your CLE certificate.  It has never been easier to purchase and access NAELA educational content.

*NAELA members, also be sure to visit the NAELA Online Community for access to hundreds of free titles ( > log on > Communities).

Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA)
The CELA certification program is administered by the National Elder Law Foundation.


Virtual Meetings
Do you want the convenience of learning from your office, home or literally anywhere, anytime? NAELA's Online Education Center (access through the NAELA Store) features a wide variety of multimedia educational programming available for purchase. Visit the NAELA store today to start your online education experience.

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General Inquiries
(703) 942-5711