Uniting knowledge & know-how, the Elder Law College faculty offer the expertise critical to our students success.
Scott M. Solkoff is a Florida Bar Board Certified Specialist in Elder Law. He operates Solkoff Legal, P.A. a law firm that exclusively represents the elderly, those with special needs and their caregivers. Qualifications Scott is a graduate of the University of Florida and earned his juris doctor degree, with honors, from Nova Southeastern University. He is a Fellow of the prestigious American College of Trusts and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). Scott has served as Chair of The Florida Bar’s Elder Law Section, as President of the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, and as a Director of both the Florida State Guardianship Association … Continued
Jan Friedlund Henderson boasts a 30-year career in mid and senior management positions as administrator of several law firms, including a mid-sized firm in Denver, Colorado, as director at Wang Laboratories, and as division manager of the U.S. District Court of Arizona in Tucson from 1991 through 1997. She possesses a BA in Biology from the Colorado Women’s College, a paralegal degree from Denver Paralegal Institute, and a Masters Degree in Judicial Administration from the University of Denver College of Law. From 1997 through 2009, Jan was employed as County Executive for Teton County (Jackson Hole), Wyoming, where she supervised … Continued
Emily Coulter joined our team in the role of Project and Member Services Manager. She has a diverse background and is able to oversee and execute member’s requirements using her years of relationship building in the staffing, financial, online retailer, government, and information technology sectors. While in NY, Emily worked for the president of 1-800-Flowers. com handling project management, marketing and public relations. She moved from New York to Florida in 2000 and worked for LexisNexis. She held many positions as LexisNexis yet spent much of her time was training the legal community and building their confidence using technology. Most … Continued