A panel discussion onLong-Term Care forAmericas Elderly: Who is Responsible and How Will It be Achieved?will be held at5 p.m.Thursday (Nov. 9)in theEckVisitorsCenterauditorium at the University of Notre Dame.
The discussion, sponsored by theNotre DameLawSchools Journal of Law, Ethics&Public Policy, is free and open to the public and will include an audience question-and-answer session.
Thomas L. Shaffer, Notre Dame professor emeritus of law, will serve as moderator of the discussion.The panelists will be Lawrence Frolik, professor of law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, speaking onThe Ethical Basis for Subsidized, Mandatory Long-Term Care Insurance; Richard Kaplan, professor of law at the University of Illinois School of Law, speaking onWho Should Pay for Long-Term Care?; Stephen Moses, president of the Center for Long-Term Care Reform Inc., speaking onThe Brave New World of Long-Term Care; and Peggie Smith, professor of law at the University of Iowa School of Law, speaking onAging in the 21st Century: Caring for Formal and Informal Caregivers.
* Contact: * _Carol Jambor-Smith, director of external relations for theNotre DameLawSchoolat 574-631-6891 or email@example.com _