Friday, February 8, 2008

The National Legal Training Project (NLTP) is now accepting resumes from advocates and attorneys who would be interested in providing training on a variety of legal topics that impact low-income, older adults.  Selected trainers would be asked to present a training event at one or more training events per year.  An NLTP trainer is paid $400 per day for training, with all travel expenses paid.  Trainers will use NLTP training materials, but are also expected to prepare a power point presentation and/or materials as requested for the training.  NLTP will provide assistance in designing and preparation for the training event.

Requirements:

  • JD degree or relevant advanced degree with at least 5 years of advocacy and/or legal experience
  • Subject matter expertise and/or litigation experience in subject matter

Previous training or teaching experience is preferred.

 Potential Training Topics:

  • Medicaid/Medicare
  • Predatory Mortgage Lending litigation
  • Predatory Consumer litigation
  • Social Security, SSDI
  • Guardianship
  • Nursing Home Issues
  • Elder Abuse including financial exploitation
  •  Law Enforcement Response to Elder Abuse
  • Building Strategic Alliances

If interested, please forward a resume to Imani Woody, NLTP Training Specialist at iwoody@aarp.org or call 202-434-6862 for more information.

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