June 2014 Senior Lawyers Newsletter
June 2014, vol. 5, no. 3
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In This Issue…
- Chair’s column: Computers for seniors, limited engagements, special apps and thanks to the Council for a rewarding year
A message from Senior Lawyers Section Chair John Phipps.
If you'll be at the ISBA Annual Meeting on June 20th, be sure to attend this useful technology "mentoring session."
- Will we let our attorneys … go gentle into that good night …?
Learn more about the author's proposal for an Illinois Supreme Court-sanctioned ceremony for retiring attorneys.
- Book review
A review of In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larsen.
- Technology for seniors
This is the latest of what has become a regular column in the ISBA Senior Lawyer Section Council newsletter. Hopefully you will take a turn in contributing a section on your own “Best Practices” or problems you have in using technology. Please let us know what you need. Applications (“Apps”)…
- Interview with a happily practicing senior lawyer
Read about Loren S. Golden and the reasons he continues to practice law.
4th Annual Elder Law Bootcamp: Basics and Beyond
April 27–28 - Chicago
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