Elder Law Section Calendar

Upcoming Events

Previous Events

This record of past events is maintained for the convenience of members who may wish to apply for CLE credit.


  • Sept. 18: Trending Topics: 18th Annual Elder Law Fall Conference. Approved for 5.5 general and 1 ethics CLE credit for Washington attorneys.
  • April 17: "Short Talks/Hot Topics : Elder Law Spring Seminar." Approved for 5.5 general, 1 ethics CLE credit).


  • Sept. 12: "Advanced Planning Issues from Annuities to Social Security: The 17th Annual Elder Law Conference." Approved for 5.75 CLE credits (4.75 general, 1 ethics).
  • Aug. 14: Elder Law Section Seattle Social.
  • March 28: "Elder Law Updates 2014." Approved for 5.25 general, 1 CLE ethics credits.


  • Nov. 22: "Master Class Series: Elder Law." Approved for 6.25 general CLE credits.
  • Aug. 8: Social at the Harbor Club, "Hot Topics, Tips and Entertainment."
  • March 1: "Elder Law: Updates and Unique Circumstances." Approved for 6.5 general CLE credits.


  • Sept. 14: "The 15th Annual Fall Elder Law Conference: Crucial Updates and Insights." Approved for 5.25 general CLE credits and 1 ethics credit.
  • March 8(rescheduled event from Jan. 20, 2012) Essential Elder Law and Foundational Practices. Approved for 5.75 general CLE credits and 0.75 ethics credits.


  • Sept. 16: The 14th Annual Elder Law Conference: Elder Law in the Face of Recent Legislative Changes. Approved for 6 general CLE credits.
  • Jan. 21: Elder Law Best Practices. CLE: 6.25 CLE credits (5.25 general and 1 ethics)


  • Oct. 15: The 13th Annual Fall Elder Law Conference: Recognizing and Resolving Conflicts in Elder Law. Approved for 6.25 credits.
  • Jan. 22: Register Now for "The Nuts and Bolts of an Elder Law Practice: Elder Law 101." CLE credits: 6.5 (5.75 general and 0.75 ethics pending)


  • Oct. 30: The Intersection of Family and Elder Law: Strategic Solutions. Approved for 6.25 general CLE credits, including 1.75 ethics credits.
  • Sept. 18: 12th Annual Fall Elder Law Conference: "High-Conflict Personalities in Elder Law." 6.5 credits (6 general and 0.5 ethics)
  • July 31: "Protecting Vulnerable Adults: Tools for Planning and Litigation."
  • Jan. 23: "Elder Law Essentials: The Critical Foundation for Your Elder Law Practice." 6.5 CLE credits (5.75 general and .75 ethics).


  • Oct. 17: "Advising Clients on Domestic Partner Registration and Related Issues: Applicability, Portability, Filling the Gaps." Approved for 6.75 CLE credits (5.75 general and 1 ethics).
  • Sept. 12: The Annual Fall Elder Law Conference. "Protecting Our Parents: Prevention and Resolution of Elder Law Issues." CLE Credits: 6.5 credits (5.75 general and 0.75 ethics). Application will be made for CPG continuing education credit.