News from Elder Law Clinic Alumni

Clinic alumni Erin McKee (’15), Angela Cinski (’03), Mark Edwards (‘97), Josh Apple (‘08), Aimee Smith (‘02) and Natalie Miller (‘04) attend a continuing education elder law event.

Clinic alumni Erin McKee (’15), Angela Cinski (’03), Mark Edwards (‘97), Josh Apple (‘08), Aimee Smith (‘02) and Natalie Miller (‘04) attend a continuing education elder law event.

LaRita Dingle (’15) joined Weaver, Bennett & Bland, P.A. in Matthews, N.C.  She writes: “I’m working in the civil litigation department, drafting discovery, pleadings and motions.  I have researched issues and drafted memos for the estate planning attorney and the family law attorney.  My cases involve business litigation, breach of contract or breach of fiduciary duties.  Other cases involve, fraud, construction liens, and will caveats.”

Kathleen Rose Rodberg (’12) has joined the Asheville firm of McGuire, Wood and Bissette.

Gelila Selassie (’15) reports from Charlotte:  “My position at Legal Services of Southern Piedmont is as a Family Support Healthcare Attorney.  This involves Medicaid and ACA Marketplace administrative appeals and working as a health insurance navigator during Open Enrollment.  I do much of the same work I did in the clinic, such as determining resource limits, getting affidavits from medical providers, interviewing caretakers, etc.  I also do outreach, such as speaking to seniors about their health care options.  The E-Clinic played a huge role in preparing me for this position!”

Devon Green (’06) is enrolled in Dartmouth’s Masters in Health Care Delivery program.  It combines business and health policy training to help professionals institute value-based improvement of health care delivery.   She is also working as Special Counsel for Health Care Reform for the state of Vermont.

Ben Limehouse (’14) is now with the firm Liipfert Law Group, PLLC, in Winston-Salem.  He handles elder law and estate planning matters.

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