Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center is pleased to announce a call for papers for the inaugural issue of the Journal of Aging, Longevity, & Law to be published in 2015.

The inaugural issue will explore issues of adult guardianship. We welcome pieces for this issue relating to any issue concerning adult guardianship with a broad or national concern.

The Journal is an interdisciplinary journal accepting for publication papers, articles, and essays that address a wide range of topics involving the elderly and the consequences of an aging population for the law and the legal system.

It is a faculty and student-edited online journal. It seeks pieces from faculty, lawyers, judges, healthcare professionals, and students.


Please email your piece by March 10, 2015, to in MS Word format to Co-Editors-in-Chief Professors Marianne Artusio and Joan Foley.

Papers should generally be no longer than 35 pages, including footnotes, in length (text double-spaced in 12 point-font and the footnotes single-spaced in 10-point font). Please use Bluebook citation format for footnotes.


If you have questions, please contact Robert Cannon, Coordinator, Touro Law Center’s Aging & Longevity Law Institute, at or call (631)761-7190.

The official call for papers can be accessed HERE.

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