CLE: Winding Down—A Primer for the Retiring Attorney
Whether you’re a solo practitioner or a lawyer in a large firm, deciding to wind down your practice is both exciting and intimidating. Don’t miss this half-day seminar April 11 in Chicago or via live webcast that tells you how to prepare a succession plan, how to protect your clients if you die or become disabled, and why adding “tail coverage” to your professional liability policy is so important. Attorneys looking to wind down their law career—as well as those trying to plan for a future retirement—will benefit from this program. Those who attend this seminar will better understand: how leaving the practice of law affects trust accounts; what it means to be “Of Counsel”; how to plan your final exit; and the things to consider before selling your law practice.
The program is presented by the ISBA Senior Lawyers Section. It qualifies for 3.50 hours MCLE credit, including 3.50 hours Professionalism, Civility, and Legal Ethics MCLE credit (subject to approval).