In response to the Governor’s directive, all of SeniorLAW Center's physical offices are closed, but we continue to provide services to our older clients and communities who are disproportionately impacted by this crisis.

All staff are working and accessible remotely. Those needing our services should contact us by phone at:

Please see resources on our website with more information for older adults in these uncertain times. Join us in making extra efforts to ensure the older people in our lives are safe, healthy and connected.


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Pro Bono Action for Community Impact in Pennsylvania – A SeniorLAW Center and AARP Partnership

Pro Bono Action for Community Impact in Pennsylvania leverages pro bono partnerships with law firms and corporate counsel to fight for systemic changes that expand legal protections and resources for vulnerable seniors. Pennsylvania is the fourth oldest state, and Philadelphia includes both the largest percentage of seniors and poorest overall population among the nation’s 10 largest cities. Issues of law and aging are affecting our housing, financial and social services, health care, and our individual lives profoundly.

• Together, with our long-standing pro bono partners in Philadelphia, we will look to best practices, model legislation, and other creative solutions.
• Instead of handling individual client matters, pro bono legal partners will work with us to impact systems, policy and laws.
• Our goals include, safeguarding financial security, reducing homelessness, abuse and exploitation, and strengthening intergenerational families.

New Video Released! SeniorLAW Center and AARP Pennsylvania are working together to develop innovative pro bono opportunities for leaders in the legal community. SeniorLAW Center and AARP Pennsylvania’s innovative partnership is using the power of the city’s legal community to improve the lives of senior veterans, elder abuse victims, and grandparents raising grandchildren… Hear more here about our work together through this new video!

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