The Elder Law Journal Volume 26, Number 1 is here! Use the links provided below to navigate the online version of our newest issue.

Volume 26 Number 1 (2018)


  1. Law and the Hundred-Year Life
    • Anne Alslott
  2. Determining Capacity: How Beneficence can Operate in an Autonomy-Focused Legal Regime
    • Sam Boyle
  3. Caring for All Who Have Borne the Battle: The VA’s Gap in Care for Elderly Female Veterans
    • Shyla F. Costenbader
    • Leigh M. Winstead
  4. Reversing Course: Stemming the Tide of Reverse Mortgage Foreclosures Through Effective Servicing and Loss Mitigation
    • Sarah B. Mancini
    • Odette Williamson
  5. Revocable Trusts and Fiduciary Accountability
    • Grayson M.P. McCouch


  1. The Ban Down Under: United States Should Adopt Australian-Style Gun Regulations to Curb Rising Rate of Elderly Suicides
    • Daniel Burley
  2. Can They Still Decide at 75? Increasing the Jury Duty “Opt-Out” Age from 70 to 75
    • Lydia Faklis
  3. The Leftover: Where Do Elderly Prisoners Go When Released?
    • Dominique Ritvo
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