October 01, 2019

National Aging and Law Conference is Almost Here

Register today for the National Aging and Law Conference!

Register today for the National Aging and Law Conference!

Get Ready for the 2019 National Aging and Law Conference!

Come join us at the 2019 National Aging and Law Conference and get empowered! This year, empowerment is the theme of the conference, and by the end of the event, you will feel empowered with the knowledge you’ve gained and the people you’ve met.  It's happening on Thursday, October 31, to Friday, November 1.

In the agenda for 2019, you will find four plenary sessions and 30 workshops, with a mix of sessions on elder abuse, consumer law, legal ethics, supporting decision making, health care, benefits, and legal service development and delivery. There’s something for everyone.

By popular request, NALC returns to the Crystal City area of Arlington, Virginia, for the first time in more than a decade. We are just one subway stop from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. An enclosed walkway takes you directly from the subway station to the hotel lobby. The hotel provides free shuttle service to and from the airport. The Crystal Gateway Marriott has recently completed a total renovation. The room rate of $179 per night, plus tax, is a great value for the location and quality of the hotel. The meeting space is in one area on one floor.

The pre-conference on Wednesday, October 30, on Supplemental Security Income (SSI) will focus on challenges to obtaining and retaining benefits and emerging issues such as special needs trusts and ABLE accounts. This full-day program includes lunch and CLE credits and requires a separate registration from the main conference. Join us to explore and celebrate Empowerment in our work and in supporting and helping our clients.

Register now at https://www.americanbar.org/events-cle/mtg/inperson/349894122/.

We’re looking forward to seeing you soon! 

                                                                                                                                                                David Godfrey,  Program Chair