I'm doing a lot of speaking and teaching, which if you know me, you know I find very fulfilling. I learn something from my colleagues every time I present. This enables me to better serve my clients in the long run and keeps me on the cutting edge.
Speaking of cutting edge, last week I conducted a telephonic CLE on the new tax laws and what they will mean for elder law, estate planning and special needs practitioners. More than 300 members of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), in 51 offices across the country, were on the call.
Next week, I am teaching the Certified Elder Law (CELA) review course at the New York State Bar Association's 134th Annual Meeting, as well as presenting at the Elder Law Section's update program, speaking on Qualified Disability Supplementary Trusts. There will be a reception following this program, so if you are free, come by and say hello.