Elder Law Section Calendar

Upcoming Events in 2016

  • Nov. 18: Elder Law Section Masters Class CLE. Hosted by Seattle University School of Law. Register here.

Previous Events

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


  • Sept. 20: Executive Committee Meeting. Conference call: 866-577-9294; code: 5016510#
  • Sept. 16: Advising Clients on Retirement and Long-Term Care Planning Legal Issues CLE at the Washington State Convention Center. Registration.
  • Aug. 25: Seattle Summer Social and Mentoring Event. 5:30–8:30 p.m. at Skyline, 725 Ninth Ave., Seattle.
  • July 19: Executive Committee Meeting.
  • March 4Navigating Elder Law Systems: Advising Clients in a Complex World. Approved for 6.75 credits, including 1 ethics credit and 5.75 law and legal procedure credits for Washington attorneys.


  • 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.