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The National Legal Resource Center: Resources, Training, and Technical Assistance to Help Older Clients-National Legal Resource Center

The National Legal Resource Center: Resources, Training, and Technical Assistance to Help Older Clients

Event date: 07/10/2013 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM Eastern time zone

Speakers:

- Barbara Dieker, Director, Office of Elder Rights, Administration for Community Living (ACL) of the US Dept. of Health and Human Services
- David Godfrey, American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging
- Odette Williamson and Jessica Hiemenz, National Consumer Law Center
- Fay Gordon and Kate Lang, National Senior Citizens Law Center
- Penelope A. Hommel, The Center for Social Gerontology
- Keith Morris and Shoshanna Ehrlich, Center for Elder Rights Advocacy
- Silvia Dominguez-Reese, Access to Justice Initiative, Department of Justice


The National Legal Resource Center: Resources, Training, and Technical Assistance to Help Older Clients Facing "High Impact" Legal Issues

Administration for Community Living's National Legal Resource Center (NLRC), in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Justice, will present a webinar for legal and aging service providers. This webinar will provide an overview of the NLRC and its partner organizations and focus on how professionals and advocates in law and aging can gain easy access to a wide range of resource support, expert consultation, training, and technical assistance on 'high impact" legal issues confronting older persons with the greatest social or economic need. A senior counsel from the Department of Justice's Access to Justice Initiative will review some of the most common consumer protection issues impacting older adults and the federal resources available to assist older clients.