Attorneys nationwide are invited to attend; D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine to provide Keynote Address; BADC’s Rawle Andrews Jr. to serve as Institute Moderator
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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Washington, D.C, Sep 9, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – On September 10, 2020, the Bar Association of the District of Columbia (BADC) will join elected and appointed officials, bench and bar leaders, legal practitioners, prominent social services agency representatives, national thought leaders and caregivers for the D.C. Bar’s Virtual 2020 Aging and the Law CLE Institute. D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine will provide the Keynote Address. BADC’s Rawle Andrews Jr. will serve as Institute Moderator This day-long program is ideal for all attorneys. The subject matter will be especially impactful to attorneys who work with the aging community, including trust and estates attorneys, elder law attorneys, family law attorneys, and consumer law attorneys.
“The adverse health, socioeconomic and cultural impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are changing what it means to age with dignity and purpose across the United States and in the District. The legal industry is not immune. By co-sponsoring and participating in the virtual 2020 Aging and the Law conference, BADC members can join and strategize with other conference attendees to ensure the focus remains on the much needed legal and regulatory reforms and related resources that are desperately needed to help eliminate age discrimination and the socioeconomic disparities that COVID-19 has exposed once and for all,” said Kevin D. Judd, Esq., BADC president.
Attorneys nationwide and Bar Association of the District of Columbia members are strongly encouraged to support the 2020 Virtual Aging and the Law CLE Institute. A hyperlink to the schedule of events for the conference is provided here: https://tinyurl.com/y5cqwfd9.
About the Bar Association of the District of Columbia
Founded in 1871, The Bar Association of the District of Columbia (BADC) is the nation’s 3rd oldest bar association (after the Boston and New York City Bar Associations). The BADC is a voluntary bar association. Its members participate in various volunteer committees and sections including the Young Lawyers Section (YLS) and the Intellectual Property (IP) Section. For 150 years, BADC’s members have distinguished themselves by volunteering their time and talents to advance civility, professionalism, and equal access to justice. To learn more and become a member, visit www.badc.org.
Kevin D. Judd, Esq. President
Source :The Bar Association of the District of Columbia (BADC)
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