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Senior Lawyers Division Fall Meeting Sept. 24-26

Senior Lawyers Division Fall Meeting Sept. 24-26

Raleigh's Marriott City Center will host the 2015 SLD Fall Meeting Sept. 24-26.

The “new” Senior Lawyers Division and the Young Lawyers Division are getting together this fall in hopes of starting a new North Carolina Bar Association tradition.

Members of the SLD attending their fall meeting in Raleigh (Sept. 24-26) will join with members of the YLD for receptions and dinners on Thursday evening, Sept. 24, and Friday evening, Sept. 25.

The joint get-togethers will hopefully be the start of something that becomes a fixture for both divisions. “We hope to have them at several of our sessions,” added Phil Carlton who chairs the SLD for 2015-16.

It’s an exciting year for the SLD, which is considered “new” because its membership now includes all NCBA members age 65 and over, plus anyone age 55 and over who was a member of the SLD as of Jan. 1, 2015.

SLD membership now totals approximately 2,400. “We are off to a rousing start with our new membership,” Carlton added.

The momentum will continue with the fall meeting, which will be hosted by the Raleigh Marriott City Center. Thursday’s agenda features activities at the N.C. Supreme Court followed by a reception and dinner at The Stockroom at 230.

Friday’s agenda includes a trip to the N.C. Bar Center for a CLE program, “Retiring Well: Developing Strategies for a Successful Transition.” The seminar is produced by the Transitioning Lawyers Commission.

Friday’s reception and dinner with the YLD will take place at the Raleigh City Club.

Members of the SLD have received details of the fall meeting and are registering now for the meeting and the CLE (separate registration). Anyone with any questions about this event is asked to contact Andi Bradford at 919-657-1562 or abradford@ncbar.org.

Click here to register for the Senior Lawyers Division Fall Meeting.

Click here to register for “Retiring Well: Developing Strategies for a Successful Transition.”