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We invite you to join us for this biennial D.C. Bar Aging and the Law Institute.  This day-long program is designed for all attorneys who work with the aging community, including trust and estates attorneys, elder law attorneys, family law attorneys, and consumer law attorneys.  Our multi-disciplinary panels will explore the legal issues surrounding our aging population, both nationally and in the District of Columbia.  Among the topics our faculty experts will discuss are legal resources available to practitioners, and the clinical and psychological implications they must consider when working with this population.  The Institute features sessions on supporting aging attorneys, undue influence, financial capacity, aging in place and home health aides, financial exploitation and abuse, ethical issues in dealing with diminished capacity, fair housing, and more. To view the Institute agenda and session descriptions, please click here.

Registration to this year’s Institute includes access to exclusive pre-recorded sessions* including keynote remarks by D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine and a discussion with representatives from the U.S. Department of Justice and D.C. Attorney General’s Office regarding the elder justice landscape, both nationally and in the District of Columbia.

*Pre-recorded sessions are not eligible for CLE credit.

Co-Sponsoring Organizations: The Bar Association of the District of Columbia; D.C. Bar Estates, Trusts, and Probate Law Community

Fees: $75 Non-Lawyers; $139 Co-Sponsoring Organization Members;$139 D.C. Bar Estates, Trusts, and Probate Law Community Members; $149 D.C. Bar Community Members; $159 D.C. Bar Members; $169 Government and Non-profit Attorneys; $189 Others

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Thank you to our planning committee for their work in organizing this event.

Rawle AndrewsRawle Andrews Jr., Regional Vice President, AARP

 

Amy MixAmy Mix, Section Chief, Elder Justice Section, Public Interest Division, Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia

 

Jennifer MikaJennifer Mika, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia

 

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