Elder Law

February 2002, Volume 81, No. 2

Access to Justice--Assisting People with Cognitive or Psychological Disabilities: Is it time to consider innovations and lay advocates if we are to provide real access to the justice system?
by Kathleen N. Harris

Crossing the Bar The Column of the Legal Education Committee--Sixty Plus Elderlaw Clinic: An elder law teaching model
by Gary Bauer

Looking at the Numbers
by Stuart M. Israel

President's Page--A Time to Speak Out: Thanks, Eddie Keller
by Bruce W. Neckers

Speaking Out--Michigan Supreme Court Justices Should Be Elected by the People in Partisan Elections
by Andrew Tierman

Viewpoints--Annual Meeting-- Change Ahead
by John T. Berry


Elder Law Introduction
by Josh Ard

Medicaid and the Practice of Law: Understanding Medicaid can help lawyers assist their clients in making difficult decisions about long-term care
by James Schuster

Protecting the Elderly: Helping elderly clients who have been financially exploited
by Douglas Chalgian

Self Determination & Person-Centered Planning: Older people and people with disabilities can, in Michigan, be in charge of making the decisions affecting their lives
by Kathleen Harris

Elder Law Bibliography
by Mitch Counts

Online Additional Information


A Kilpatrick Administration for Detroit
by Naseem Stecker

In Defense of Shakespeare: An Open Letter to All Lawyers Who Think Shakespeare Said
by John Mayer

Where Michigan Lawyers Work: Victorian charm and small-town friendliness in Greenville
by Naseem Stecker



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