2018 Equal Justice Pre-Conference Materials from Northwest Justice Project

On behalf of the Center for Elder Rights Advocacy, we would like to thank you for attending the 2018 Equal Justice Pre Conference on May 9, in San Diego, California. We are delighted to share an abundance of presentations and resources from the conference. Below are documents shared by the

A Legal Referral Decision Tree

By Keith Morris I wanted to share this beautiful little decision tree that I created.  I always thought making a referral to another program was simple, unless I took the time to think about all of the steps we have to go through to determine who we should even refer the case

Running a Hotline without Power

By Michael Walters, Legal Hotline Managing Attorney, Pro Seniors, Inc. and CERA Project Specialist Cincinnati, other than the occasional flood or tornado, is thankfully not prone to natural disasters.  However, in 2008, the remnants of Hurricane Ike caused massive power outages throughout the Cincinnati area.  Certain locations, including my home, were

5 Pieces of Software to Make Your Life Easier

By Keith Morris, President, Elder Law of Michigan, and Director, Center for Elder Rights Advocacy For those of you that know me, you know how much I love technology. I also love to find and try new programs and services. Here are just a few of the ones that I
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Evolving the Legal Hotline Model – Successes at the Legal Hotline for Michigan Seniors

By Christopher Jackson, Communications Coordinator, Elder Law of Michigan, and CERA Project Administrator In October, the Legal Hotline for Michigan Seniors, a project of Elder Law of Michigan, transitioned from an appointment model to a model in which individuals are able to speak with an attorney without requiring an appointment. Under