The Elder Law Journal congratulates Journal Member Stephanie Tang whose article, When “Yes” Might Mean “No”: Standardizing State Criteria to Validate the Capacity to Consent to Sexual Activity for Elderly with Neurocognitive Disorders, was recently featured in the Elder Law Professor Blog. Stephanie’s article is featured in our current issue (Volume 2, Number 2 (2015)). Read Professor Pearson’s commentary on Stephanie’s article here.
The Elder Law Journal congratulates the following members whose notes have been chosen for publication in 2015-2016:
Best Note: Daniel Latona, Reversing Course: Strengthening Consumer Protections for Reverse Mortgages, Elder L.J. (forthcoming 2015–16).
Ashley Altobella, “But I’m Not Dangerous, Judge, I Promise!”: Evaluating the Implications of Involuntary Civil Commitment Criteria and Outpatient Treatment Methods on the Elderly, Elder L.J. (forthcoming 2015–16).
Kristen Chang, Shining the Light on Pearly Whites: Improving Oral Care for Elders in a Post-Affordable Care Act World, Elder L.J. (forthcoming 2015–16).
Maureen Cleary, Driving with Dementia: The Necessity of a Comprehensive Reporting Scheme, Elder L.J. (forthcoming 2015–16).
Allison Slocum, Dearly Departed, Dearly Needed, Elder L.J. (forthcoming 2015–16).
Breanna Taylor, Drugging Grandma: The Severe Dangers of Chemically Restraining Nursing Home Residents with Potent Antipsychotic and Psychotropic Pharmaceuticals, Elder L.J. (forthcoming 2015–16).