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Webinar - Cognitive Impairments and Personal Challenges of Retirement for Lawyers
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In 2006, 37.3 million Americans were 65 and older; this equates to one in every 8 Americans. In 2030 this number will increase to approximately 71.5 million older persons, which is more than two times the numbers in 2000. It is estimated that a quarter of a million America's practicing lawyers are already over the age of 55. This number is expected to triple over the next two decades.

 Export to Your Calendar 12/5/2018
When: December 5th, 2018
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Meagan Gallagher
406-447-2206


Online registration is available until: 12/5/2018
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Webinar - Cognitive Impairments and Personal Challenges of Retirement for Lawyers: Helping Employees Let Go 

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What will you learn?

In 2006, 37.3 million Americans were 65 and older; this equates to one in every 8 Americans.  In 2030 this number will increase to approximately 71.5 million older persons, which is more than two times the numbers in 2000.  It is estimated that a quarter of a million America's practicing lawyers are already over the age of 55. This number is expected to triple over the next two decades.

 People in the United States are living longer than ever before.  The average life expectancy is now approaching 80 years.  There has been a change in the way our health care system manages its patients, and the focus has shifted to making our later years healthier and more productive.  We are living longer and healthier lives, and people are postponing retirement for emotional and financial reasons.  The legal profession is going to have attorneys practicing well beyond previously expected retirement age of 65-70 with many people choosing encore careers. 

 

Who are the speakers? 

Shari R. Gregory, LCSW, JD is the Assistant Director and an Attorney Counselor with the Oregon Attorney Assistance Program (OAAP). Shari is a graduate of Wurzweiler School of Social Work (MSW 1987) and Rutgers School of Law (JD 1992) and received her Certificate of Business Management from Portland State University (2003) and her license in clinical social work (2010).  She is experienced in career and life transition counseling, mental health and trauma counseling, crisis intervention, alcohol and drug counseling and relationship counseling. She worked in indigent criminal defense here in Portland for four years before joining the OAAP staff in 1999. Shari is the OAAP Liaison to the OSB Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, has served on the boards of the Oregon Women Lawyers, Queen’s Bench and the OSB Diversity Section Executive Board. Shari has a passion for helping people and building community. Shari can be reached at (503) 226-1057 ext. 14; sharig@oaap.org.

 

Bryan R. Welch, JD, CADC I, is an attorney counselor with the Oregon Attorney Assistance Program. He is a graduate of Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC I). Prior to joining the OAAP staff in 2015, he was in the private practice of law for 12 years, focusing primarily on family law and family mediation. In addition to his work at the OAAP, his experience includes providing drug and alcohol counseling services for a court-mandated DUII treatment program and for a local non-profit working with people impacted by homelessness, poverty, and addiction. As a group facilitator, Bryan leads peer support groups for lawyers practicing law with ADHD, while going though divorce, or while experiencing anxiety and depression. He can be reached at (503) 226-1057 ext. 19; bryanw@oaap.org.

 

Registration and Pricing: Free 

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 If you have any questions, please email mgallagher@montanabar.org or call Meagan at 406-447-2206.