It is the mission of Center for Elder Law & Justice to improve the quality of life for elderly, disabled and low-income persons in Western New York. We do so through the provision of free civil legal services, primarily to individuals age sixty and over as defined by the federal Older Americans Act, but also to younger disabled and low-income individuals, as funding permits. Our primary goal is to use the legal system to assure that our clients may live independently and with dignity.
On Tuesday, February 27th, Center for Elder Law & Justice attorneys Lindsay Heckler and Kelly Barrett submitted testimony to the New York State Assembly Committees on Health, Labor, Aging and the Task Force on PeopleContinue reading
Last week, the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) released the survey results of nursing facility Emerald North Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (Emerald North) in Buffalo, New York. The facility has been aContinue reading
Center for Elder Law & Justice (“CELJ”) seeks a part-time Human Resources Specialist to join our growing agency. This newly formed position is responsible for providing various administrative support for the Human Resources Department, includingContinue reading