Past Fellows and Topics

Past Fellows and Topics

 
1993
Abuse of the Durable Power of Attorney: Options for Reform
Margaret (Meg) Z. Reed ‘94
Jonathan Federman ‘94

1994
Confronting Corrections: The Options of Privatization
Richard J. Sandor, Jr. ‘95
Jill Bolton ‘95

1995 
Managed Care for Medicare Beneficiaries
Carla Rutigliano ‘96
Kelly Cunningham ‘96

1996 
The Dilemma of Kinship Care: Grandparents as Guardians, Custodians, and Caregivers—Options for Reform
Gerard Wallace ‘97
Megan Miner Malone '97

1997
Home Health Aides
Kimberly (Paine) Edelstein '98

1998 
Housing Options for An Aging Population
Devinder Brar ‘99
Bridget Holohan Scally ‘99
 
1999
Guardianship Mediation: Issues and Concerns
Barbara Hancock ‘00
M. Tracy Brooks ‘00

2000 
The High Cost of Prescription Drugs for the Elderly
Lydia Meunier ‘01
Elizabeth Adelman ‘01

2001 
The Need for Guardianship Services for Aging and Disabled Adults: Issues and Concerns
Robyn Ginsberg Hoffman ‘02
Elsie Chun ‘02

2002
Subsidized Guardianship for Kinship Care and Guardianship Services within New York State: Assessing the Non-For-Profit Corporation
Janet Kealy ‘03
Jennifer Monthie ‘03

2003 
Adult Protective Services: Responding to Financial Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults
Melina Greenberg ‘03
Crystal Doolity ‘04

2004
The Role of Technology in Addressing the Cost of Long Term Care
Michael Clarke ‘05

2005 
Workforce Development in Long Term Care: Policy and Legal Issues
Stacey Stump ‘06
Francesca Fonte ‘06

2006
Use of Volunteers in Guardianship Programs
Adrienne Foederer ‘07

2007
Kinship Care Navigator Programs
Edward W. McClenathan ‘08

2008
Senior Housing
Lauren DiPace Konsul ‘09

2009
The New Wave of Legislation and the Older American Population
Danielle Holly ‘10

2011
Regulatory and Other Barriers to Aging in Place
Kendra Jenkins ‘12

Reports from the Edgar and Margaret Sandman Fellowship Program are available online at www.governmentlaw.org.