How Will Law Schools Teach Estate Planning and Elder Law?

By: Randi Siegel

Will elder law will become much more about capacity matters and much less about Medicaid planning? This is one suggestion resulting from The Association of American Law Schools' academic symposium looking at the future of estate law and elder law as our population ages. The AALS undertook this project as a way to plan future law school curriculum in these areas. The result is Capacity, Conflict, and Change: Elder Law and Estate Planning Themes in an Aging World, now available online in the 2012-13 Symposium Issue of the Penn State Law Review.

May 8, 2013 | Estate Planning / Elder Law Marketing