National Center on Law and Elder Rights (NCLER)
The National Center on Law and Elder Rights is a national support center for professionals in the fields of law and aging developed by the Administration on Aging. The NCLER provides expertise, training and technical assistance to professionals in the fields of law and aging.
The NCLER is led by Justice in Aging, with subcontracts for technical assistance, expert advice and training on specific issues with:
- The American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging
- The Center for Elder Rights Advocacy
- The Center for Social Gerontology
- The National Consumer Law Center
Funding from the NLCER helps make possible the National Aging and Law Conference, some other training by Commission staff, and our ability to respond to some requests for advice or guidance from professionals in the fields of law and aging. The NCLER website is under development and should be online by mid-2017.
Learn more about the Commission's work on Legal Services and Training.
More information coming soon!
Working Interdisciplinary Networks of Guardianship Stakeholders (WINGS) - a project to support court-led partnerships in states to drive changes in guardianship policy and practice.