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Leading the Way in Pennsylvania in Special Needs and Elder Law
ABOUT: The Pennsylvania Association of Elder Law Attorneys (PAELA) is a non-profit association which assists lawyers, bar organizations, and others who work with older clients and their families. PAELA provides a resource of information, education, networking, and assistance to those who work with the many specialized issues confronting the elderly and the disabled.
MISSION: The Pennsylvania Association of Elder Law Attorneys’ mission is to strengthen, train, assist, and support qualified members in order to ensure the development, advancement and promotion of quality legal service for older Americans and to ensure that its members are the premier providers of legal advocacy, guidance, and services to enhance the lives of people as they age and those with special needs.
Discover the benefits of joining the Pennsylvania chapter of NAELA
PAELA Members enjoy many benefits including:
- Participate in state legislative and regulatory issues affecting your clients and to shape solutions that benefit them.
- Have access to PAELA’s listserv to present issues and seek and receive guidance from other elder law attorneys.
- Attend PAELA’s Winter Conference and Summer Meeting
Discover all the benefits through our full page below.
Primary Practice Areas
We promote education and advocacy within the Elder Law community of Pennsylvania
February 22 – 24, 2024: 16th Annual Winter Conference
PAELA’s Programming Committee will be meeting this Spring to begin organizing this meeting including topics and speakers. Schedule, and sponsors. PAELA will provide periodic updates to the membership as the planning processes progresses!
2023 PAELA Webinars are in the planning stages with each course worth 1 CLE.
PAELA will notify the members when registration is open.
2023 PAELA Winter Conference Handouts now available. All members should log-in to access