Aging and Longevity Law Institute
The Aging and Longevity Law Institute has been designed to provide attorneys and other professionals with the information and resources they need to serve the 100 million Americans who are 50 years of age or older. Through Touro Law Center’s Continuing Legal Education (CLE), the Institute will provide CLE programs and continuing education credits for programs developed for other licensed professionals such as social workers. The Institute will address a wide variety of educational topics, including fragility of capacity, adult children with special needs, bankruptcy, confidentiality, emergency preparedness, estate planning and administration, financial planning, grandparents’ rights, mental health issues, retirement, taxes and many others. As the Institute grows, plans include a research agenda focused on law and public policy in the area of longevity and aging law. Read the press release about the Institute's launch here.
The Institute will be led by Professor Marianne Artusio, who has been named Founding Director and Robert Cannon, Esq., who is Founding Coordinator. In addition Robert Abrams, Co-Founder and Of Counsel to Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara & Einiger, LLP has been named Chair of the Institute’s Advisory Board. Robert Cannon is the Coordinator of the Institute. Touro Law students will assist in the efforts of the Institute.
The Institute will host the 1st Annual Conference on Developments in Aging and Longevity Law, addressing the role of the legal profession to recognize and address America’s capacity crisis.
For information, contact:
Robert Cannon, Esq.
Coordinator, Aging and Longevity
Touro Law Center