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The newsletter of the ISBA’s Section on Senior Lawyers

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In This Issue…

  • View from the Chair
    A message from Senior Law Section Chair Don Mateer.
  • Technology for seniors
    This is the second of what we hope will become a regular column in the ISBA Senior Lawyer Section Council newsletter.
  • Senior tax exemptions
    With just short of 300,000 seniors losing their Senior Citizen exemptions in Cook County, many of us can expect calls from our elderly clients asking the questions addressed in this article.
  • Discounts! Discounts! Discounts!
    A list of the savings seniors can expect when shopping, dining, and traveling and more.

Upcoming CLE

5th Annual Elder Law Bootcamp: Basics and Beyond
April 26–27 - Chicago

Computers for Seniors: The Next Step
May 18 - Glen Ellyn

Full CLE Calendar…

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