October CLE riches
The month of October overflows with live CLE programs specially designed for senior lawyers, presented by the Senior Lawyers Section Council.
The first is a repeat of the successful basic computer skills seminar: Computer Basics 2016: Is This Thing On? This presentation will be in the morning of Friday, October 14, 2016, at the College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn. Since this program is hands-on in the Seaton Computer Center, space is limited to 24 attendees so that each attendee will have a computer to use. Included topics: familiarization with hardware and Windows 10, basic typing and word processing, basics of email, accessing the internet and a panel discussion on scanning and converting documents to PDF. If you miss this program, look for it in the future at a location near you.
On the following Wednesday afternoon, October 19, 2016, From Legal Practice to What’s Next: The Boomer Lawyers Guide to a Smooth Career Transition will be presented live at the ISBA Chicago Regional Office. This information-packed program will include the sale or transitioning of a law practice, transition strategies, malpractice insurance considerations and diminished capacity (which includes understanding the problem, what to do about it and what the ARDC will do about it if you don’t). If you miss this live program, look for it online.
Each program will provide 4.5 hours of MCLE credit including 4.5 hours of the professional responsibility credit (subject to approval). Go to the CLE section of ISBA.org for complete details and registration information.