Are you ready to wind down your law practice?  Maybe not. 
Are you ready to start thinking about winding down your law practice?  Perhaps
Regardless of where you are on your career path, we invite you to join us on Thurs., Jun. 12 for a two-hour lunch and learn on the ins-and-outs of making this inevitable career change.

The presentation will include discussion on retirement on your own terms: controlling the end of your career; transitional issues: state bar considerations; mapping your future; sale of practice/retirement policies and practices; post-retirement – how to identify yourself; and transitional support.

Nan Hannah, of Hannah Sheridan Loughridge & Cochran, LLP and former Wake County Bar Association president and Robynn Moraites, Executive Director of the North Carolina Lawyer Assistance Program will lead the program. 


Thurs., Jun. 12
12 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Bar & Foundation Center (1123 S. Church St., Ste. 103)
 

Fees:
$10/person - includes lunch
Optional 2.0 Hours of CLE Credit: $90 - attorney rate (CLE and lunch); $45 - paralegal rate (CLE and lunch)
(2.0 Total Hours -1.0 general, 1.0 mental health/substance abuse)
  
Registration
Register and pay online
Download a registration form and pay by check

Questions?  Contact Maya M. Engle, MCB Assistant Executive Director at mengle@meckbar.org or 704/375-8624.

 

Presented by the MCB Professionalism Lawyer Life and Culture Committee


 

 

 
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Upcoming MCB Events
 

4-23-15 Memorial Service for C. Sydnor Thompson
Friends and colleagues are encouraged to attend and, if desired, say a few words in celebration of Mr. Thompson’s life.

4-30-15 Memorial Service for Christy Eve Reid
Friends and colleagues are encouraged to attend and, if desired, say a few words in celebration of Ms. Reid's life.

5-5-15 Come Rap With Us - The Business of Practicing Law
Free networking event and lunch to connect informally with peers, ask questions and discuss topics related to transitioning from a large firm and starting out on your own.

 

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