Articles on Senior Lawyers

How I Spent My Spring Break By Michael J. Rooney Real Estate Law, April 2022 Reflections from a fishing trip.
How I Spent My Spring Break By Michael J. Rooney Senior Lawyers, April 2022 Reflections from a fishing trip.
Medicare Considerations for Senior Lawyers By David Chroust Senior Lawyers, April 2022 An overview of the ways senior lawyers might cover their health care-related costs as they retire.
Book or Movie? By Hon. Robert J. Anderson, (ret.) Senior Lawyers, February 2022 Reviews of ten books and the movies they inspired.
Retirement: Some of Its Joys and Some of Its Concerns By Hon. Robert J. Anderson, (ret.), Albert Durkin, David M. House, Timothy J. Howard, & Gary T. Rafool Senior Lawyers, February 2022 A discussion on some of the interests and concerns of retired attorneys.
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An Interesting Culture—My Recent Trip to Texas By Steve Baime Senior Lawyers, December 2021 Tales from a Senior Lawyer Section Council member's recent trip to Texas.
Retirement & Registering for the Practice of Law By Timothy J. Howard Senior Lawyers, October 2021 An overview of the registration options retired attorneys have with the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission.
Social Security Considerations for Senior Lawyers By David Chroust Senior Lawyers, October 2021 Senior lawyers have several alternatives when deciding the best time to begin collecting the Social Security benefits they paid for during their working years.
How a Book Changed the Path of My Legal Career By Hon. Robert J. Anderson, (ret.) Senior Lawyers, May 2021 How one book changed the path of Hon. Robert J. Anderson's career.
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Laughter: No Laughing Matter By Eugenia C. Hunter Senior Lawyers, May 2021 Laughter is proven to have powerful mental and physical health benefits.
My Memories of Richard Thies By Leonard A. Amari Senior Lawyers, May 2021 Leonard Amari, past chair of the Senior Lawyers Section Council, reflects on Richard Thies.
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My Memories of Richard Thies By Eugenia Hunter Senior Lawyers, May 2021 Eugenia Hunter, immediate past chair of the Senior Lawyers Section Council, reflects on Richard Thies.
Illinois Senior Citizens Homestead Exemption Application Procedures—Updated By Leonard F. Amari Real Estate Law, January 2021 The Illinois General Assembly amended the Property Tax Code to revise application procedures for the senior citizens homestead exemption. 
Illinois Senior Citizens Homestead Exemption Application Procedures—Updated By Leonard F. Amari Trusts and Estates, January 2021 The Illinois General Assembly amended the Property Tax Code to revise application procedures for the senior citizens homestead exemption. 
Illinois Senior Citizens Homestead Exemption Application Procedures—Updated By Leonard F. Amari Elder Law, January 2021 The Illinois General Assembly amended the Property Tax Code to revise application procedures for the senior citizens homestead exemption. 
Tax Increment Financing in Illinois: A Primer By Leonard F. Amari Senior Lawyers, January 2021 Over the last 50 years, tax increment financing has become a tool to aid development and eliminate blight in Illinois.
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Illinois Senior Citizens Homestead Exemption Application Procedures—Updated By Leonard F. Amari Senior Lawyers, November 2020 The Illinois General Assembly amended the Property Tax Code to revise application procedures for the senior citizens homestead exemption. 
Memories of World Travels By Stephen G. Baime Senior Lawyers, November 2020 One attorney's favorite travel memories.
You Are Retired, But You Can Still Provide Pro Bono Services in Your Community! By Timothy J. Howard Senior Lawyers, November 2020 You can continue to contribute to your community and feel good by undertaking a few pro bono projects in retirement.
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Are You Sure Indiana Jones Started This Way? By Lawrence Taliana Senior Lawyers, September 2020 A look at a release form drafted under challenging circumstances.
Book Review: ‘Black Site: The CIA in the Post-9/11 World’ By Gary T. Rafool Senior Lawyers, September 2020 A summary of the 2019 book 'Black Site: The CIA in the Post-9/11 World' by Phillip Mudd.
ZOOM into the Future (and the Present) By Hon. Barb Crowder, (ret.) Senior Lawyers, September 2020 Step-by-step instructions for joining a Zoom meeting.
Traveling Safe & Smart Overseas With Internet-Enabled Electronic Devices By William Austin Senior Lawyers, June 2020 Things to consider if you travel with internet-enabled electronic devices.
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What Is My Practice Worth? By John H. Maville Senior Lawyers, March 2020 A look at the various ways of measuring the value of a law practice.
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How to Post in the Senior Lawyer’s ISBA Central Community By Don Mateer Senior Lawyers, December 2019 Step-by-step instructions to post to the ISBA Central Senior Lawyer's Community.
A Fun and Sometimes Challenging App By Don Mateer Senior Lawyers, September 2019 Insight into an engaging, free, and unique word puzzle game.
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Is Africa on Your Bucket List? By Hon. Patrick J. Leston, (ret.) Senior Lawyers, September 2019 Hon. Patrick J. Leston recalls his visits to Africa.
2 comments (Most recent September 18, 2019)
LSAT or GRE: Which Exam Should a Law School Applicant Take? By Leonard Amari Senior Lawyers, September 2019 There is a growing trend in law school admissions to accept GRE scores instead of LSAT scores—so which should applicants take?
New Elder/Adult Abuse Fatality Review Team Resources Available By Lori A. Stiegel Senior Lawyers, September 2019 Elder/adult abuse fatality review teams examine deaths caused by or related to mistreatment to identify system gaps and improve victim services.
Proposed Change to Illinois Statute of Repose for Attorney Malpractice By Janet Grove Senior Lawyers, September 2019 At the 2019 ISBA Annual Meeting in June, the Assembly approved support for a proposed change in the Illinois statute of repose applicable to attorney malpractice for estate planning.

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