Book:Nina A. Kohn, Elder Law: Practice, Policy, & Problems. New York: ASPEN PUBLISHERS (work-in-Progress, forthcoming 2013).ARTICLES:
Nina A. Kohn & Jeremy Blumenthal, A Critical Assessment of Supported Decision-Making for Persons Aging with Intellectual Disabilities, Health and Disability Journal (forthcoming 2013).
Nina A. Kohn, Jeremy A. Blumenthal, & Amy T. Campbell, Supported Decision-Making: A Viable Alternative to Guardianship?, 117 PENN STATE LAW REVIEW 1111 (2013).Nina A. Kohn & Edward D. Spurgeon, A Call to Action on Elder Law Education: An Assessment & Recommendations Based on a National Survey, Elder Law Journal (forthcoming 2013).
Nina A. Kohn, Elder (In)Justice: A Critique of the Criminalization of Elder Abuse, 49 American Criminal Law Review 1 (2012).Nina A. Kohn, Elder Rights: The Next Civil Rights Movement, 21 Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review 321 (keynote address, symposium issue, 2013.
Nina A. Kohn, Rethinking the Constitutionality of Age Discrimination: A Challenge to a Decades-Old Consensus, 44 U.C. Davis Law Review 213 (2010).Nina A. Kohn, The Lawyer's Role in Fostering an Elder Rights Movement, 37 William Mitchell Law Review 49 (special issue, 2010).Nina A. Kohn & Edward D. Spurgeon, Elder Law Teaching and Scholarship: An Empirical Analysis of an Evolving Field, 59 Journal of Legal Education 414 (2010).Nina A. Kohn, Outliving Civil Rights, 86 Washington University Law Review 1053 (2009).
Nina A. Kohn & Jeremy A. Blumenthal, Designating Health Care Decision-Makers for Patients Without Advance Directives: A Psychological Critique, 42 Georgia Law Review 979 (2008).Nina A. Kohn, Cognitive Impairment and the Right to Vote: Rethinking the Meaning of Accessible Elections, 1 Canadian Elder Law Journal 28 (2008) (invited article).Nina A. Kohn, Preserving Voting Rights in Long-Term Care Institutions: Facilitating Resident Voting While Maintaining Election Integrity, 38 McGeorge Law Review 825 (2007) (symposium article).Nina A. Kohn, Elder Empowerment as a Strategy for Curbing the Hidden Abuses of Durable Powers of Attorney, 59 Rutgers Law Review 1 (2006).Nina A. Kohn, Cambridge Law School for Women: The Evolution and Legacy of the Nation’s First Graduate Law School Exclusively for Women, 12 Michigan Journal of Gender & Law 119 (2005).Nina A. Kohn, Second Childhood: What Child Protection Systems Can Teach Elder Protection Systems, 14 Stanford Law & Policy Review 175 (2003).
BOOK CHAPTERS:Nina A. Kohn, Voting & Political Participation, in DEMENTIA: LAW & ETHICS (Charles Foster et al, eds.). Oxford: Hart (forthcoming 2014).Nina A. Kohn, Legal Gerontology, in Gerontology: Perspectives and Issues (Janet Wilmoth & Kenneth Ferraro eds., 4th ed.). New York: Springer (2013).Nina A. Kohn, A Civil Rights Approach to Elder Law, in Beyond Elder Law (Israel Doron and Ann Soden, eds.). New York: Springer, 2012.Israel Doron & Nina A. Kohn, Aging and Law -- Using a Multi-Dimensional Model to Understand the Legal Response to Aging, in Aging in Perspective and the Case of China: Issues and Approaches (Sheying Chen & Jason L. Powell, eds.). New York: Nova Science, 2010.
Formalizing the Informal?: Understanding Supported Decision-Making for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities. Presentation at the “Aging with Disability” conference at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Washington, DC (May 2012).Aging: A Civil Rights Issue?. Seminar presentation for the Center for Bioethics and Humanities at SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY (October 2011).Questioning the Criminal Justice Response to Elder Abuse. Panel Presentation at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference, Hilton Head, S.C. (July 2011). The Criminalization of Elder Abuse: A Feminist Perspective. Paper presentation at the "Aging as a Feminist Concern" workshop sponsored by the Feminist Legal Theory Project at Emory University, Atlanta, GA (January 2011). The Future of Elder Law Education. Plenary presentation at the National Aging and Law Conference, Arlington, VA (December 2010). A Call for an Elder Rights Movement. Presentation at the World Study Group on Elder Law, Toronto, Canada (October 2010). The Myth of the Benign Classification: Age-Based Classifications in U.S. Policy. Presentation at the Canadian Conference on Elder Law, Toronto, Canada (October 2010). Rethinking the Constitutionality of Age Discrimination (and the Implications of Doing So). Paper Presentation at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference, West Palm Beach, FL (August 2010). Unfair Dealing and Older Adults: Understanding the Lures, Questioning the Cures. Presentation at the International Federation on Ageing Tenth Global Conference, Melbourne, Australia (May 2010). Enduring Powers of Attorney – A Double-Edged Sword for Protection and Abuse. Panel presentation at the International Federation on Ageing Tenth Global Conference, Melbourne, Australia (May 2010). "Rethinking the Constitutionality of Age Discrimination." Faculty Lecture, University of Illinois College of Law, Urbana, IL (March 2010)."A Civil Rights Perspective on Law & Aging." Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Law Schools, New Orleans, LA (January 2010)."Making Connections Between Gerontology and the Law." Talk sponsored by the Cornell University Gerontology Certificate Program, Ithaca, NY (December 2009).
Portia Law School 1908-1938: Its Place in History," Panel Discussion, New England School of Law, Boston, MA (February 2009)."A Rights Based Approach to Elder Law," Presentation at the World Study Group on Elder Law, Vancouver, Canada (November 2008). "The Interaction Between the Guardianship System and the Right to Vote," Panel Moderator and Speaker, Canadian Conference on Elder law, Vancouver, Canada (November 2008)."Making Voting Accessible to Older Adults," Panel Moderator and Speaker, Canadian Conference on Elder Law, Vancouver, Canada (November 2008)."Outliving Civil Rights: A Constitutional Critique of Elder Protectionism," Cumberland School of Law Works in Progress Series, Birmingham, AL (September 2008).Unfair Dealing and Older Adults: Understanding the Lures, Questioning the Cures." Presentation at the International Federation on Ageing Tenth Global Conference, Melbourne, Australia (May 2010).
"Enduring Powers of Attorney – A Double-Edged Sword for Protection and Abuse." Panel presentation at the International Federation on Ageing Tenth Global Conference, Melbourne, Australia (May 2010).
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