Clinic - Elder Law - LAW 665

4 Hours

With the aging population, elder law has become one of the fastest growing areas of law practice. Students in this clinic provide legal advice and representation to individuals aged 60 and over in matters which may include health care; medicare, medicaid and other public benefits; protection from abuse, neglect, and exploitation; advance directives and durable powers of attorney; will drafting; consumer fraud; and a broad array of other civil legal needs. For the first hour of registration, enrollment is limited to third-year students. After that, second-years students may also enroll. Offered each semester. (PS)

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