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    Dec 06, 2021  
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog
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LAW 933 - Elder Law

2 Credit Hours
Offers a holistic, real world practical approach to introduce the practice of elder law. Students, through the use of case studies unique to each student, develop a cohesive client plan, which requires the student to consider issues surrounding health care benefits, insurance coverage, real and personal property ownership, estate and tax planning, advanced care planning, and levels of care. Will discuss ethical and cultural issues impacting the elderly, including end of life issues, the effects of dementia on decision-making, removal of rights of incapacitated persons, and how race, age, gender, ethnicity and religious affiliation affect long term care for seniors.
Grading Restriction: Numeric grading (JD students); A-F grading (other graduate students).
Registration Restriction(s): JD students; other graduate students with instructor permission.



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