The George W. Hopper Law Library at the University of Wyoming has a collection of elder law materials available for the use of Wyoming residents. Thanks to a grant from the Wyoming Center on Aging, the library was able to add more books to the collection that address important issues in elder law, such as elder abuse, health care decision-making, and financial planning. There are resources that would be helpful to attorneys, social workers, individuals, and others — anyone making decisions for themselves or others.
The library has created an elder law resource guide that includes not only these books, but also freely available resources, such as web sites, blogs, and podcasts. Find the guide at uwyo.libguides.com/elderlaw.
The George W. Hopper Law Library lends to Wyoming residents — directly to attorneys and through interlibrary loan for other patrons. To borrow one of the books listed in the guide, contact your local public or community college library, or contact the law library at email@example.com.
For more information about the law library’s collections and services, contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or (307) 766-2210.