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May 13, 2024

ABA conference in Miami to focus on “The Future of Aging”

WASHINGTON, May 13, 2024 — Experts from across the country will address emerging trends in law and policy concerning older adults, including guardianship reform and elder abuse, at the American Bar Association 2024 National Aging and Law Conference, May 16-17 at the University of Miami. 

The conference features four plenary sessions and 18 workshops and will also focus on long-term care, legal ethics, capacity, health care decision-making and elder law.

Other sessions will coincide with the conference theme, “The Future of Aging,” and cover the prevention of elder abuse and financial fraud; legal services for the vulnerable and unhoused; and protecting the rights and dignity of adults as they age.

2024 National Aging and Law Conference Co-hosted by the
ABA Commission on Law and Aging and the ABA Senior Lawyers Division

Thursday-Friday, May 16-17

University of Miami
Miami School of Law
1311 Miller Drive (Buildings E And F)
Coral Gables, Florida

A complete agenda can be found online.

This event is open to members of the press. For media credentialing and to register, please contact Betsy Adeboyejo at [email protected].

The ABA Commission on Law and Aging leads the association in strengthening and securing the legal rights, dignity, autonomy, quality of life and quality of care of older adults. The commission accomplishes its work through research, policy development, advocacy, education, training and through assistance to lawyers.

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