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Webinar: About Stetson's Online LL.M. in Elder Law

Tuesday, June 10, 2014 
12:15-12:45 p.m. EDT

View this webinar to learn more about how Stetson’s Online LL.M. in Elder Law can help you gain a competitive edge in career advancement and earning capacity by giving you additional expertise and knowledge to stand head and shoulders above your peers. » Register Now

With Stetson's LL.M. program, you can:

  • Learn from nationally recognized faculty including elder law leading practitioners
  • Complete your degree online in less than two years
  • Study at places and times convenient to your schedule
  • Access online library resources for elder law and quarterly law practice management webinars
  • Attend Stetson’s Special Needs Trusts Conference as part of a three-day, in-person course

This free, interactive webinar will cover the essentials including the application process, financial aid, curriculum and will include a live chat option with Stetson's elder law program experts.

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Presenters

Rebecca C. Morgan


Rebecca C. Morgan
Boston Asset Management Chair in Elder Law and Co-Director,
Center for Excellence in Elder Law

Professor Flowers

Roberta Kemp Flowers
Professor of Law and Co-Director,
Center for Excellence in Elder Law

"Stetson's Elder Law Online LL.M. program has increased my knowledge of the laws and regulations affecting the elder law community and
has elevated my practice to a new level."

Julianne Kocer
Law Offices of Julianne Kocer, P.S.
Seattle, Washington


"The LL.M. program provided me with confidence that my practice provides a level of expertise that no other elder law attorneys can."

Robert McClelland
McClelland & Associates, PLLC
Lexington, Kentucky

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