Professor Donald D. Vanarelli speaks at ICLE Elder Law College on Social Security and SSI Issues

On December 16, 2008, I spoke at the 2008 “Elder Law College”, held at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick, NJ. I was the “Professor”, for one day, of Social Security and Supplemental Security Income Law. This is how the NJ Institute of Continuing Legal Education described the seminar:

2008 ELDER LAW COLLEGE: Presented by the NJ Institute of Continuing Legal Education in cooperation with the NJ State Bar Association Elder & Disability Law Section.

A guide to handling elder law matters in your practice. The graying of America means that an increasing number of people are going to need the services of attorneys. Are you ready to handle elder law matters in your practice?

A one day “crash course” designed to build skills. This information-packed program is designed for attorneys who do not concentrate in elder law, including general practitioners seeking to expand into this practice area, novice attorneys looking to create a niche practice, paralegals, and elder support services personnel.

You’ll go “back to school” to attend 11 half hour segments and panel discussions that will provide you with a working knowledge of elder law basics. You’ll quickly be able to represent clients in a wide range of matters you would normally have had to refer to others. Gain confidence in your ability to handle elder law matters. Make an investment in your legal career and register today!

New Jersey’s leading elder law practitioners take you “back to school”:

“Dean” Donald M. McHugh – Never Beginning Penalty Period on Medicaid Waiver Applications

“Prof.” Linda S. Ershow-Levenberg – Use of Personal Service Agreements

“Prof.” Janet B. Lurie – Alzheimers Victims

“Prof.” Sharon Rivenson Mark – Guardianship

“Prof.” Corinna Tini and “Prof.” Wendy Whitaker – Reverse Mortgages

“Prof.” Donald D. Vanarelli – Social Security Issues

“Prof.” John J. Ross – Trusts

“Prof.” Martin A. Spigner – Tax Issues

“Prof.” Mary Ann Olsen – Ethical Issues

“Prof.” John Callinan – Living Wills

Who should attend:
• General Practitioners
• Family Law Attorneys
• Real Estate Practitioners
• Litigators
• Tax Attorneys
• New Lawyers
• Paralegals

My paper presented to the attendees or “students” of the college is here – 12-08-elder-law-college-ssa-presentation

My powerpoint presentation is attached here – icle-ss-issues-12-16-2008