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The Elderlaw Forum is a public service of the University of South Dakota School of Law.
The Elderlaw Forum is an extension of the SENIOR LEGAL HELPLINE available at no cost to persons 55 and older. Feel free to contact Professor Myers at 1-800-747-1895 or at firstname.lastname@example.org during regular business hours. Please let us know how we are doing and how we can improve our services to you.
The Elderlaw Forum delivers information and educational material by radio, a weekly newspaper column, and Law School research papers available on the links above. Professor Myers teaches Elder Law and Health Law & Policy at the University of South Dakota School of Law.
Professor Myers has been featured on South Dakota Public Broadcasting (link) and in the Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan regarding the Schiavo case (Yankton P & D).
Professor Myers has published a book entitled "The Mayo Clinic and Blue Eyes: Columns with Commentary from The Elderlaw Forum". This book was featured in an article in The Volante.
Professor Myers manages the nation's only law school-based senior legal helpline through which he provides pro bono information, advice, and limited representation to persons 55 and older. Professor Myers is on the elderlaw circuit, with book signings and lectures on Intelligent Aging. He has a B.S. from South Dakota State University and a JD from the University of South Dakota School of Law.
Disclaimer: References from the Elderlaw Forum or from any of the information services put forth by the University of South Dakota School of Law to any non-governmental entity, product, service, or information does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the University of South Dakota School of Law or any of its employees. The USD School of Law is not responsible for the contents of any "off-site" web pages referenced from this site. Although the Elderlaw Resources section of the Elderlaw Forum includes links to sites including or referencing good collections of information, The University of South Dakota School of Law does not endorse ANY specific products or services provided by public or private organizations. By using this site, the user takes full responsibility for any use of these links.