April 01, 2015

2015 National Aging and Law Conference Update

(Note: The pdf for the issue in which this article appears is available for download: Bifocal, Vol. 36, Issue 4.)

 

Scholarship deadline June 1:

  • The AARP Foundation is pleased continue the AARP Foundation Jerry D. Florence scholarships. The scholarships will be need-based, intended to offset a substantial part of the cost of attendance at the 2015 National Aging and Law Conference by advocates working on behalf of low income and diverse older adults.
  • Additional details and the Scholarship Application are now on the Conference website.

 

Conference Program

 

Conference attendees will enjoy:

  • Low registration rates and a two-day agenda to minimize travel time and costs
  • An anticipated 4 plenary sessions and 24 workshops
  • A focus on core substantive legal issues affecting older Americans with the greatest economic and social needs
  • Programming on legal service development and delivery
  • High-quality written materials

 

Hotel: Hilton Arlington

The 2015 Conference hotel boasts:

  • Direct access to the Ballston Metro Station with restaurants and shopping within walking distance
  • Larger space to accommodate more attendees, sessions, and faculty than last year
  • On-site hotel rooms, with a negotiated room rate (limited in quantity) 

 

Staff Contact:

Trisha Bullock: Trisha.Bullock@americanbar.org