Held annually in November, Senior Citizens’ Law Day is a free day of seminars on topics of concern to senior citizens, their families, and their care givers, presented by experienced attorneys, Albany Law School faculty, and other professionals, in a sales-free environment.

Seminar topics include planning long-term care, choosing an elder law attorney, creating health care proxies and living wills, and more.

Attendees are able to meet briefly – one-on-one – with certain attorneys who volunteer to answer individual, situation-specific questions that cannot be addressed during the presentations.

Free bone density and blood pressure screenings, medication reviews, "vial of life" profiles, and immunization awareness training are also be offered.

Everyone who attends receives a free handbook on the topics presented at the program, updated each year. Attendees are invited to stay for the entire day or simply attend a specific workshop.

There are currently 5 Senior Citizen's Law Day articles in the database.
Senior Citizen Law Day: Best Practices and How-To Guide
Topic : SCLD
Author : New York State Unified Court System (Other)
Publication date : 2000
Posted : April 7, 2006
The Twelfth Annual Senior Citizens Law Day (2005)
Topic : SCLD
Author : Rose Mary Bailly, Esq. (Editor) (Staff)
Publication date : October 22, 2005
Posted : April 10, 2006
Senior Citizen Hand Book 2007
Topic : SCLD
Author : various (Other)
Publication date : October 2007
Posted : January 11, 2008
Guardianship - Stopping Financial Exploitation in its Tracks
Topic : SCLD
Author : Rosemary Bailly, Esq. (Other)
Publication date : 1/28/08
Posted : January 28, 2008
2007 Senior Citizens Law Day
Topic : Aging,SCLD
Author : Rose Mary Bailly (Staff)
Publication date : October 27, 2007
Posted : March 20, 2008