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          The 134th UC Hastings College of the Law commencement is coming up fast! #Scrolls #UCHastings2015
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          Friday, January 25, 2013

          Consortium Assistant Director Featured in GeriPal Discussing Elder Care

          Sarah Hooper

          Consortium Assistant Director, Sarah Hooper, has been featured in the Geriatrics and Palliative Care Blog (GeriPal), emphasizing the strong need for medical-legal partnerships and the creation of interdisciplinary dialogue to improve care for older adults. The Medical-Legal Partnership for Seniors at UC Hastings is a model for improving health of older adults through integrated legal assistance and advocacy.   

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