Practice Transitions: Baby Boomers and Beyond! (May 2017) [17860-MP3 / 17860-FSV]

Practice Transitions: Baby Boomers and Beyond! (May 2017) [17860-MP3 / 17860-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: May 5, 2017
Duration: 6 hours, 50 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 2.00, Law & Legal Procedure: 1.75, Other: 3.00
 
List Price:$275.00
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This recorded seminar was originally presented as the live seminar and webcast Practice Transitions: Baby Boomers and Beyond!, recorded on May 05, 2017, in Seatac, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

Baby Boomers have had a great influence on American culture, including that of the legal profession. As Baby Boomers begin to look at life beyond the office and courtroom, profession-wide and personal transitions become a sharp focus. The 2017 Senior Lawyers Conference addresses shifting demographics within the legal profession and the challenges and opportunities ahead for Baby Boomers.

Over one-third of the attorneys in Washington and nationwide are Baby Boomers facing unique challenges as they decide if, when, and how to transition out of the practice of law. This recorded seminar is a perfect opportunity to look at the changing profession and opportunities ahead as you plan your transition path.

Learn about a number of important topics including:

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Other Topics:
  • Advance dementia planning for our clients, our families, and ourselves: introduction to the Alzheimer’s/dementia mental health advance directive
  • Shifting demographics within the Washington State Bar and nationally, and the various types of licensing status available in Washington
  • A discussion of changes taking place at the American Bar Association pursuant to demographic changes and practice transitions as opportunities
  • Changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes: a look at the professional avenues a lawyer can take after reaching career goals while staying connected to the profession
  • Real property considerations in your transition plan
  • Addressing ethical issues as you build your transition plan
Program Co-Chairs:
Albert Armstrong – Retired, Lynnwood, WA
Brian Comstock - Comstock Law Firm, PLLC, Bellevue, WA
Carole Grayson - Chair, Senior Lawyers Section; University of WA Student Legal Services, Seattle, WA
Ronald Mattson – Ronald C. Mattson, Attorney at Law, Seattle, WA

Full program agenda and faculty
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Coursebook contains 282 pages.


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