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Elder Abuse: The Mind, The Body, The Law CLE
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When: Monday, October 23, 2017
12:30 PM Registration, Program 1:00-4:00 PM
Where: New York State Bar Association
1 Elk Street
Albany, New York  12207
United States
Contact: Molly Myers
(518) 445 7691 x116

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Who: Sponsored by the Third Judicial District Gender Fairness Committee. Co-sponsored by: Albany County Bar Association; Albany County Coalition Against Domestic Abuse; Albany Law School; Capital District Black and Hispanic Bar Association; Capital District Women’s Bar Association; Equinox; New York State Bar Association; The Legal Project.


Participants: Hon. Deborah Kaplan, Statewide Coordinating Judge for Family Violence Cases; Paul Clyne, Assistant Attorney General; Sarah Duval, Center for Elder Law & Justice; Stephanie Kaiser, RN; Joshua Kean, NYS Police senior investigator; Nancy Needell, MD


Moderator: Hon. Rachel Kretser, Albany City Court Judge (ret.); Opening remarks by Hon. Thomas Breslin, JSC and Administrative Judge of the Third Judicial District


Details:  The Third Judicial District Gender Fairness Committee presents a continuing legal education program exploring the nuanced elements of elder abuse, including the physical/ medical dimension, the mental/psychiatric factors and the legal and ethical complexities to identifying, prosecuting and preventing crimes which can take the form of physical abuse, emotional abuse and financial exploitation. 3 CLE credits available (2 in Professional Practice, 1 in Ethics.)


More information: Please contact Judge Kretser,

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