Elena Sallitto

Adjunct Professor

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Ms. Sallitto is a principal with Stavely & Sallitto Elder Law, LLC, in Annapolis, where she focuses her practice exclusively on elder law.  She routinely provides counsel on long-term care planning,  Medicaid planning, nursing home involuntary discharge issues, nursing home and assisted living quality of care concerns; guardianship ; financial exploitation; powers of attorney; special needs planning as well as wills, trusts and probate. 

Ms. Sallitto is a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA) through the National Elder Law Foundation.    She is the current President of the MD/DC Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and serves on the State Advisory Council for Quality of Care at End of Life. She is also past-chair of the Maryland State Bar Association Elder Law and Disability Rights Section.  Ms. Sallitto is an adjunct professor at the University of Baltimore Law School where she teaches Elder Law, she is a coauthor of the Elder Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Practice Manual, and is co-author for the upcoming edition of the Elder Law in Maryland treatise by Jason Frank, published by Lexis-Nexis.  Ms. Sallitto frequently testifies before the Maryland legislature on matters affecting seniors.

She earned her JD at Catholic University Columbus School of Law and is licensed to practice in Maryland, Washington, DC, Connecticut and New York.