Edgar & Margaret Sandman Fellowship
The Edgar ’46 & Margaret Sandman Fellowship in Aging and Health Law & Policy is the most prestigious fellowship awarded to an Albany Law School student. The Fellowship offers a generous stipend to one or two upper level Albany Law School students to research cutting-edge issues in aging or health law and policy.
Established in 1992 by Morris Silverman ’36 to honor Edgar Sandman ’46, the Sandman Fellows have produced nearly 20 years of in-depth legal research and analysis that is published and disseminated to lawmakers and policymakers nationwide.
Aging and Disability Law Courses
Civil Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Estate Planning I and II
Financial Planning for the Elderly
Retirement Planning and Health Care
Surrogate's Court Procedure
Trusts and Estates