The independence and financial security of older adults are threatened by abusive practices in the marketplace. NCLC provides trainings and case consultation as well as legal assistance to attorneys and advocates for older adults in consumer and energy law. Our advocates specialize in foreclosure prevention and defense, debt collection, consumer fraud, and energy/utility assistance, among other topics. NCLC is a partner organization with the National Center on Law and Elder Rights (NCLER).

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ncler webNCLC’s National Elder Rights Training Project provides trainings nationwide on a broad range of topics. The Project is part of the Administration on Community Living’s National Center on Law and Elder Rights (NCLER). The NCLER is a national resource center for the legal services and aging and disability networks, focused on the legal rights of older adults. Providing webinars, trainings, written materials, and case consultations, NCLER is a one-stop resource for professionals serving older adults with the greatest economic and social needs.

NCLER combines resources from Justice in Aging, the American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging, the National Consumer Law Center, and The Center for Social Gerontology to produce and disseminate monthly trainings and written materials that cover both basic and advanced legal topics. Sign up to receive notices of trainings and resources by email or request a free case consultation by emailing