Albany Law to Offer Free Law Conference for Cancer and HIV/AIDS-Affected Communities

Free Law Conference for Cancer and HIV/AIDS-Affected Communities

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Date: 06/02/2007

Albany Law School's Health Law Clinic will present its 6th annual Health Law Conference for cancer and HIV/AIDS-affected communities on Thursday, June 28, from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Albany Law School. The free, day-long community program provides workshops on the legal issues people with chronic illness, and their families, may face.

Affected community members, service and care providers, and legal professionals are welcome. Workshop topics include Social Security and disability eligibility, home healthcare, housing, debt and more.

Conference organizers include representatives from the AIDS Council of Northeastern New York, Catholic Charities of Albany/Rensselaer Counties, Legal Aid Services of Northeastern New York, Neighborhood Health Advocates Program, HIV Care Network, Community Hospice, Community Maternity Services, American Cancer Society,Jewish Family Services, New York State Department of Health, Community AIDS Partnership of the Capital Region, and the Times Union.
        
For more information or to register, contact Nina Roepe at 518-445-2328, or e-mail eroep@albanylaw.edu.

Conference brochure [PDF]