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The 2014 Elder Law Conference was held at the Robert C. Khayat School of Law Building at the University of Mississippi on August 1, 2014.
The 2014 Elder Law Conference began with registration and a breakfast snack and the distribution of conference materials early on Friday morning.
Ira Richard Gershon, the Dean of the Law School WELCOMEDthe conference participants to the Robert C. Khayat School of Law.
Ben Thomas Cole, II, Executive Director of NMRLS got the the program rolling with an INTRODUCTION.
Catherine V. Kilgore, NMRLS Elder Law Project Director and program coordinator laid out the logistics of the conference..
WE CAN WORK IT OUT: USING MEDIATION PRACTICES TO RESOLVE DISPUTES INVOLVING ELDERLY CLIENTSBarry K. Jones, LL.M. in Taxation, C.P.A., and Accredited Estate Planner, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs, LLPJackson, MS- Mediation . . .
LEGAL PROFESSIONAL, BUT MENTAL HEALTH AMATEUR: SKILLS FOR EVALUATING CLIENT CAPACITY AND RELATIONS WITH FAMILY MEMBERS
THE VULNERABLE PERSONS ACT: THE ROLES OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, THE AGENCIES AND THE ADVOCATES
Moderator: Mary H. Smith, LSW, North Central Area Agency on AgingCatherine V. Kilgore, Esq., NMRLS Elder Law Director – The Vulnerable Persons Act Elgalene Close, MSW, North Delta Area Agency on Aging –Abuse/Neglect?Exploitation. . . and Randolph Brown, Office of the Mississippi Attorney General, Medicaid Fraud Unit – Abuse, Neglect . . .
LUNCHEON SPEAKER:“PREPARE TO CARE” Ivory Craig, Associate State Director for Community Outreach, AARP MS State Office Prepare to Care Presentation