The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

By Keith Morris, Attorney, President of Elder Law of Michigan, Project Director, CERA With the honor of being able to provide technical assistance to the senior legal helplines being transitioned to the National Center for Law and Elder Rights (NCLER) this month, I couldn’t help but reflect on how things are different—but still the same. When Read More…

The Benefits of Community—How Senior Legal Helplines Facilitated the Passage of Landmark Legislation to Protect Vulnerable Adults  

The Benefits of Community—How Senior Legal Helplines Facilitated the Passage of Landmark Legislation to Protect Vulnerable Adults   By Ellen Cheek, Attorney, Elder Justice Coordinator, Florida Senior Legal Helpline      Florida Senior Legal Helpline   Thanks to technical support from the Center for Elder Rights Advocacy (CERA), senior legal helpline managers and attorneys have had a forum Read More…

Things I Learned at CERA, by Mike Walters

By Mike Walters, Legal Hotline Managing Attorney, Pro Seniors, Inc., Project Manager, CERA.  I had a general, private law practice when I began working part-time, as a hotline attorney at Pro Seniors in 2000. I quickly discovered that hotline advice was well suited to my personality. I had always been able to convey legal advice to clients in Read More…

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 Northwest Justice Project (Washington State). Read More…