Much of the information on this Web site is intended for legal services advocates who help low-income older adults. For those advocates who want regular updates and information (see examples below), we provide regular alerts and access to listservs.
NSCLC staff are available to help advocates with answers to questions about program rules and requirements, reviewing and analyzing pleadings, commenting on proposed litigation, assisting in the formulation of strategies, drafting opinion letters and providing memoranda, articles and other written materials. Use Contact Us form or call.
NSCLC is a member of the National Legal Resource Center, a collaborative effort sponsored by the Administration on Aging where you can request technical assistance from NSCLC or several other NLRC partners.
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Martinez Listserv – Focused on implementation of the Martinez vs Astrue (Advocates Only)