The 360° Elder Law Practice Builder is a comprehensive, detail-driven conference, community, and ongoing learning environment, that empowers its students to grow their practice into the areas of Elder and Special Needs Law. Instructed by a team of law firm management and legal marketing experts, and led by Scott M. Solkoff, a Florida Bar certified attorney, author, speaker and leading authority on matters relating to Elder and Special Needs Law, the 360° Practice Builder gives attorneys an unparalleled opportunity to gain the knowledge, the tools and the expert support required to grow their practice quickly, efficiently and profitably. From the nuts and bolts of complex elder law matters to business operations and new client generation, the 360° Conference puts you squarely on the path to a productive, successful future.
The 360° Elder Law Practice Builder is not your typical seminar. Registration is limited to keep the class size small. This has been shown to be very important to member success. The program itself is a 3-½ day boot-camp style intensive program designed for optimized adult learning. Each unit builds upon the last, until Sunday’s close, which is often as emotional as it is motivating. Attendees also enjoy a welcome reception and dinner, activities, exercises, and time for socializing.
Beyond the program is the true magic of Elder Law College – the ongoing support an attorney needs to succeed. Graduates of the 360° Program gain access to the Member Portal which includes video of each program unit. For example, if a member wants to refresh her memory about Medicare rules, she can pull up the member-only Medicare unit video. In addition to video learning, the Member Portal also includes an audio library of monthly member calls, access to the active Elder Law College Listserv and an exclusive Elder Law document library.
In addition to the 3 1/2 day conference and training, attendees get:
Drafting a Qualified Income Trust? Watch a brief video of Scott Solkoff explaining that very document and then use the form to draft it. No more stumbling through theoretical articles that leave you with no choice but to refer the matter to the author. The Elder Law College’s tools put you in control of practical solutions to making your firm immediately successful.
All courses provided by the Elder Law College are CLE accredited by the state in which the course is held. It is the responsibility of the student to apply for CLE credit in the state(s) in which they practice law. Most, if not all State Bars will, however, accept CLE credits approved by another state. Most State Bars require the CLE provider (the Elder Law College) to administer a course evaluation.
Elder Law College does much more than just provide you with the education and training required to offer Elder Law services to our senior population. Once you complete the seminar, you will have access to the reference materials and support you need to put your newly acquired expertise to work. We will provide you with assistance to manage your practice from a business standpoint, manage your growth and help you get more clients in the door.
Elder Law College boasts an exhaustive document library that is available to all members. Since membership in Elder Law College is included for the first year, attendees gain access to the Elder Law College Document Library including specialized elder law forms which match the way you learned plus the internal forms which make an Elder Law office work. These documents are easily customizable to fit the needs of each individual attorney’s practice.
Our document library represents an invaluable asset to meet each client’s unique needs, which translates to saving every practicing attorney precious time.
“I am very proud to have been taught by Scott Solkoff. Not only does he utilize understandable methods to teach complex subjects, but his passion for the practice is highly contagious. My revenues more than doubled within months of becoming Scott’s student and they continue to grow today. While increasing revenue was phenomenal, his lessons on how to develop a practice that truly fit my personality as well as the desire to help others were invaluable. Some say you can’t have it all. Scott teaches Elder Law in a fashion that allows you to challenge such a notion.” – 2017 graduate*
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 elderly people, people with disabilities and their caregivers.
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 and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
Along with his father, Jerome Solkoff, Scott is the co-author of the nationally leading textbook for lawyers on the subject of elder law. The textbook, now beyond its 14th print edition, has helped define modern elder law practices and establish Solkoff Legal, P.A. as the leading name in elder and disability law issues.
Scott also educates other attorneys throughout the country in elder law matters and has brought together the nation’s most comprehensive elder law training resources in Elder Law College. He is one of the most called upon experts for seminars on disabilities and elder law. His seminars are considered leading in the field and are distributed by various bar associations on audio and video for educational purposes. Scott has been living in South Florida since 1972 and enjoys life with his children, Jacob and Lola.
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