CBA: Elder Law: Theory and Practice
9 February 2009
By Alison Taylor
Elder Law: Theory and Practice
June 12-13, 2009
Donald Gordon Conference Centre
Presented by the National Elder Law Section and the Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Canadian Bar Association.
Mary-Alice Thompson, (Kingston)
Prof. David Freedman, Queen’s University Facult of Law (Kingston)
Mark Your Calendar!
This exciting new conference brings academics and practitioners together to talk about one of the hottest emerging areas of law – Elder Law. Join us for one and a half days and bring yourself up to speed on the latest developments across the country. Good practice relies on solid research and good theory is informed by practical experience. This is a unique conference where academics will share their research and practicing lawyers their experience and you are invited to participate.
The conference will also feature outstanding networking and social opportunities. Don’t miss out!
Who should attend?
All lawyers who deal with older adults, as well as professionals and academics who are interested in the impact of the law on the older adult. Whether you are a senior practitioner with a large practice in Elder Law or a junior lawyer looking for a growing area to develop, an in-house lawyer trying to develop protocols for the older adult or a managing partner designing best practices for your firm to deal with older adults, you will find what you need at ELDER LAW: THEORY AND PRACTICE.
You don’t want to miss it! Mark these dates on your calendar: June 12-13, 2009. The program brochure and registration information will be posted on the CBA web site shortly.
You can also contact the program coordinator, Nancy Fullerton, at the CBA National Office, (613) 237-2925 / 1-800-267-8860 ext. 190, or by e-mail at email@example.com for more details.
Elder Law Section Meeting
Conference attendees are welcome to attend the Elder Law business meeting at the conference centre Saturday, June 13, 2009 immediately following the CLE program. This meeting is a terrific opportunity to get to know more about the Section and its activities. To RSVP and for more information, please contact Rachelle Watson, at the CBA National Office, (613) 237-2925/1-800-267-8860 ext .109, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.