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2014 Annual Conference Scottsdale, AZ (All Sessions) (2014)
For over 25 years, NAELA's Annual Conference has provided Elder and Special Needs Law professionals an unparalleled opportunity to learn, discover, and succeed in the field. NAELA members and speakers have helped define this area of law and at this year's Annual Conference, you'll engage with thought-provoking speakers, experience cutting-edge Continuing Legal Education programming designed to help you expand your outlook, and sharpen the skills and knowledge you need to excel in your practice. For detailed descriptions on each session, click on the "2014 Annual Conference" link in the right column of the store home page.
2014 Case Law Update
NAELA Past Presidents will discuss some of the most significant cases decided in the past year, covering a variety of substantive areas of Elder and Special Needs Law. Presented as part of the 2014 Annual National Conference by Prof. Rebecca Morgan, Ed Boyer, Esq., Craig Reaves, Esq., Howard Krooks, Esq., William J. Browning, Esq.
2014 Clifton Kruse Ethics Lecture - Ethics of Ancillary Practices: How Much is Too Much?
Complementary and ancillary services in connection with elder law and estate practices and how closely such services can be linked without running aground on ethical shores will be the focus of this keynote presentation. Presented as part of the 2014 Annual National Conference by Margaret Lodise, Partner - Sacks, Glazier, Franklin & Lodise LLP
2015 Annual Conference Series of Presentations
Contains 14 recorded sessions from the 2015 Annual Conference held in Orlando, FL
2016 Case Law Update (ANNUAL 2016)
NAELA Past and Current Presidents will discuss some of the most significant cases decided in the past year, covering a variety of substantive areas of Elder Law and Special Needs Planning. Presented by Howard S. Krooks, CELA, CAP; Professor Rebecca Morgan, Stetson University College of Law; Craig C. Reaves, CELA, CAP; and Shirley Berger Whitenack, Esq., CAP, Fellow
2018 NAELA Annual Conference Session Recordings (Bundle)
This bundle includes 24 recorded sessions from the 2018 Annual Conference held in New Orleans, including sessions on technology, advocacy, public benefits planning and ethics.
2019 NAELA Annual Conference (bundle)
This bundle includes 21 recorded sessions from the 2019 Annual Conference held in Fort Worth TX, including sessions on technology, advocacy, public benefits planning and ethics.
2021 Annual - Philadelphia, PA
Save the dates May 4 - 7, 2021 for the 2021 NAELA Annual Conference at the in Loews in Philladelphia, PA . Information and registration will be posted Fall/Winter
Tuesday, May 04, 2021
Friday, May 07, 2021
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A Cross Border Case of Fraud and Recovery (2012)
Keynote session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by
Heather Mountford and Peter Schmiedel.
. 1 hour. This session will discuss how counsel from different jurisdictions can assist each other in pursuit of remedies on behalf of cognitively impaired and disabled persons. We will use a case study of the Estate of Richard V.Henry, which arose in Chicago and where the exploiter transferred misappropriated assets across the border into Canada.
ABLE Act and Fostering Independence (2012)
Town Hall Debate session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by
a panel of NAELA experts in Special Needs Law.
. 1 hour.
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