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In This Issue…
- Chair’s column
The final column from outgoing Section Chair Barbara Slanker.
- Retirement from the law practice
The author shares his experiences with gradually reducing his responsibility within the firm.
- Asset allocation
A helpful guide for investing assets wisely.
- How and why you should join the Senior Lawyers Discussion Group
A step-by-step guide to signing up for the Senior Lawyers Discussion Group, where you can chat with and ask questions of more than 300 fellow senior lawyers.
- Book review: The Forgotten 500
This book tells the story of the nearly impossible rescue of more than 500 Allied airmen behind German lines in Yugoslavia in 1944.
- Medicare primer, part II
The second part of this two-part series discussing Medicare basics and supplemental insurance.
- Technology terms for senior lawyers
Make note of these frequently-used technology terms so that you can use them like a pro!
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