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2014 Symposium Delivered a Fun Legal Education Conference

This past week, ElderCounsel co-hosted the annual Planning for the Generations Symposium in Denver, CO with our sister organizations WealthCounsel and Advisors Forum. This year’s Symposium was especially robust with six full length precursors geared toward intensive learning on specific topics, over 30 breakout sessions along with many opportunities for participants to meet with vendors,  network and share insights. As an event that continues to grow, we were proud to have almost 400 attendees, and continue to receive rave reviews.

But can such a powerful venue specifically focused on supporting attorneys in the elder law, special needs, estate planning and business law arenas also be fun? Was there fun to be had amidst all the great learning opportunities? Here are some of the highlights that not only attendees but also our staff enjoyed.
  • Photo Booth This year, we thought it would be fun to bring a photo booth to help add a festive atmosphere. Here are a few of the fun photos we captured.
  • Opportunity for our members to network and share. There is a collegial atmosphere that our members share online via our Listserv and Online Discussion forums. It is wonderful to be able to provide additional live venues for our members to connect, share resources and tips and have the opportunity to learn about the newest updates in the field.
  • Being able to visit with each other in person! As a virtual company, it’s always a treat to actually be able to sit face to face with your co-worker and share stories and time together in person.
Stay tuned to our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn posts as we share more of the adventures we had!
If you are not already an ElderCounsel member, we encourage you to reach out to us if you are seeking new ways of building your elder law practice, developing new referral sources or for educational support. If you have any questions on how we can partner with you in this regard please schedule a brief consultation, call us at (888) 789-9908, or email us at info@eldercounsel.com.

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