June 22-24, 2022: In-Person Seats in Denver, CO Available! (Virtual seats sold out. Get on the waitlist.)
Pre-Camp Call: Tuesday, June 14, 3:00-3:30 p.m. ET
LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE! To ensure a high quality experience for all attendee, we are limiting the June course in-person and virtual seats. These are strict max capacities. We expect events to sell out. Register early to ensure your seat is saved.
This program will get ElderCounsel members up to speed on the legal-technical rules and strategies needed to become an accomplished and knowledgeable Medicaid planning attorney. You’ll also learn integral practice building structures to determine what type of practice you want and how to get there, in addition to innovative marketing strategies that’ll help you expand your clientele and elevate your practice.
There are opportunities to network with fellow attorneys and interact with industry experts within your class. And the best part…we stay connected with you for a year to ensure you are supported the entire time while learning this new practice area.
What You Get With Registration
Registration for this course includes a full year program that starts before you even come together for three days. Prior to the camp, you will be guided through a five-part video series to lay the foundation of elder law. You will also complete a “Getting to know your Medicaid rules” assignment. Access to these items are given as soon as you register. Fully completing these items will help deepen your overall knowledge of Medicaid planning and you’ll get the most out of this program. We will also go over these items during your pre-camp call which typically takes place 1 week before the camp.
Immediately following the three day camp, you’ll go through an implementation series where you will review how to draft documents and be able to ask questions in a live question and answer session. This will give you peace of mind that what you are doing is correct and engrave the skills you’ve been taught. There are also monthly on-demand courses and follow up calls to facilitate your continued training.
3-day course qualifies for up to 13.25 hours total CLE, 1 hour ethics
Pre-approved: AR, CA, CO, FL, HI, MT, ND, NJ, NY, PA
Pending Approval: OH, KS
Attorney will self apply in states not listed.
Questions about the program?
ElderCounsel members are encouraged to reach out to their Account Manager with any questions regarding this event.
Not an ElderCounsel member and want to join? Contact us today!
Thank you Krause Financial Services for being an event sponsor.
Interested in sponsorship opportunities with ElderCounsel? Click here for more information.
Unless otherwise required by applicable law or the CDC at the time of the event, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and social distancing will not be required for in-person gatherings, but are permitted at the option of each attendee irrespective of the person’s vaccination status. Please note that this policy is subject to the rules of the location where an event is being held (i.e., The LAB Building [Denver Place/LBA Realty]), and if such rules are stricter than this ElderCounsel policy, all attendees will be required to comply with such rules. ElderCounsel will provide any such rules to attendees in all pre-event communications, and updates as such updates are made available to ElderCounsel. Private business rules will still need to be adhered to, i.e. The LAB Building (Denver Place/LBA Realty).
Webcast options will be made available for most events for any attendee who is unable or unwilling to attend in person.
If an attendee is exhibiting flu-like symptoms (as defined by the CDC) they will not be permitted to attend an in-person event. The attendee should notify an ElderCounsel representative as soon as possible if the attendee is experiencing flu-like symptoms and alternative arrangements will be made for the attendee.
If an attendee begins exhibiting symptoms after they have arrived at an ElderCounsel event, ElderCounsel reserves the right to ask the attendee to remove themselves from the premise.
If an attendee is unable to attend a live event due to illness, the attendee will be permitted to attend via live webcast (when applicable). If no webcast option is available for an event, ElderCounsel’s refund policy will apply.
Space is limited! Register today!
Elder Law Immersion and Practice-Building Camp
June 22-24, 2022: Denver, CO Available (Virtual Seats Sold Out)
CLE: 3-Day Event Qualifies for up to 13.25 hours total CLE, 1 hour ethics