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“One Firm’s Story Moving to a Remote Work Environment,” Maryland Bar Journal, p. 39.


Frank, J.A., (2018, November 27). Aging at Home: Impossible in MD? The Baltimore Sun, p. 11.

Coburn, H. (2018, January). A Better Way New guardianship rules attempt to standardize, clarify process. The Daily Record, pp. 4, 5.


Frank, J. A., “Jason A. Frank Speaks on Elder Law Issues” at the Alzheimer’s Association, Spring 2017,


First Maryland Disability Trust 10th Anniversary Gala , Nov. 10, 2016, Photos from Daily Record.

First Maryland Disability Trust awarded Jason Frank for his ‘Exemplary Public Service’ on October 14, 2016.

Frank, J.A., Ending our Shameful Segregation of Persons with Disabilities, NAELA: Eye on Elder and Special Needs Issues, June 10, 2016.

Beckett, J.K., & Erlich, P.J. (2016, March/April). Medicaid planning for Maryland family lawyers. The Maryland Bar Journal, XLIX(2), 26-35.


NAELA News, Expand Home Health Coverage, Summer 2015, pg.30


Frank, J.A., W(h)ither Medicaid? NAELA Journal, Volume 9 No. 1, Spring 2013 pp 70-89

1996 – 2018

Frank, J.A., Elder Law in Maryland, Lexis Law Publishing Co., 4th edition, 6th revision (2018).


Frank, J.A., Contributing Author, Chapters 11 (Elder Law) and 12 (Medicaid) with Alisa Chernack) in Angela M. Vallario, The Fundamentals of Estate Planning, Carolina Academic Press (2012).


Frank, J.A., New Legislation Increases Utility of Special Needs Trusts, Maryland Association for Justice, Trial Reporter, Fall 2011, pp. 17-20.

2008 – 2018

Frank, J.A., Maryland Medicaid: Long-Term Care, (George T. Bisel Company, Inc. 2009, Supp. 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018).


Frank, J.A. and Gordon, F., Recession’s Effect on the Elderly, The Maryland Bar Journal, Vol. 43, No. 20, January 2010, pp. 20-26.


Frank, J.A. and Gordon, F., Albhorn, Tristani& Uncertainty in Dealing with Medicaid Liens, Maryland Association for Justice, Trial Reporter, Fall 2009, pp. 25-27.


Frank, J.A. and Abrams, M., Baby Boomers and Elder Law: Three Future Scenarios, The Maryland Bar Journal, Vol. 42, No. 26, January 2009, pp. 26-32.


Frank, J.A. and Baum, M., Global Analysis: Social Insurance to Pay for Long-Term Care, The Maryland Bar Journal, Vol. 41, No. 26, March 2008, pp. 27-31.


Frank, J.A. and Baum, M., Level of Care Standard: Maryland Medical Assistance Long-Term Care & Medical Eligibility Issues, The Maryland Bar Journal, Vol. 41, No. 44, March 2008, pp. 46-49.


Frank, J.A., The Case For Asset Protection, Elder Law Advisory, March 2008.


Frank, J.A., Contributing Author, Analysis of Changes to Federal Medicaid Laws under the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005,NAELA Journal, Vol. 2, Special Edition, 2006, pp 226-233.


Frank, J.A., Long Term Care in the 21st Century, The Maryland Bar Journal, Vol. 38, No. 4, July 2005, pp 19-25.


Frank, J.A., Be Careful What You Wish for: The Maryland Medicaid Waiver Experience, Vol. 3, No. 4, Elder’s Advisor, a publication of the Marquette University School of Law, 2002, pp 15-20.


Frank, J.A., The Necessity of Medicaid Planning,30.1 University of Baltimore Law Forum 29-42, 1999.


Frank, J.A., Paying and Planning for Long Term Care, The Maryland Bar Journal, Vol. 31, No. 2, March/April 1998, pp. 26-31.


Frank, J.A., A Foundation Work for the Practitioner’s Library, The ElderLaw Report, June 1994 (a book review of Elderlaw: Advocacy for the Aging).


Frank, J.A., Impact of the Maryland Health Care Decisions Act on Guardianship, The Elder Law Advisory, October 1993.


Frank, J.A., Mezzulo, L.A. and Woolpert, M., Chapter 4: Daily Living Problems Facing the Elderly, Advising the Elderly Client, New York, NY: Clark Boardman Callaghan Company, 1992.

1991 – 2013

Frank, J.A., MSBA Elder Law and Disability Rights Section Chair, Continuing Legal Ed. Comm., Contributing Author and faculty.


Frank, J.A., Issuing Do Not Resuscitate Orders for Legally Disabled Individuals, The Elder Law Advisory, October 1991, pp 6-8.