Tuesday, October 15, 2013

World Elder Law Study Group: How does Hawaii in November sound?

Those Canadians know how to promote world events, and the  Canadian Centre for Elder Law in British Columbia has teamed up with Stetson and University of Hawaii to host the  World Elder Law Study Group 2013, in conjunction with the International Elder Law Conference, set for next month in Waikiki: 

"The World Study Group offers elder law professors, practitioners and other professionals from around the world to meet up with colleagues and exchange ideas on elder law research, issues and teaching. The Study Group has been meeting annually since 2007 and attracts participants from around the globe.

 

The event is being held [on November 11] in conjunction with the International Elder Law Conference with a Veterans Focus (November 12 - 13, 2013), being hosted by the University of Hawaii Elder Law Program with the support of Stetson University College of Law (Florida)."

Here's the link for details, including registration for the Study Group.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/elder_law/2013/10/world-elder-law-study-group-how-does-hawaii-in-november-sound-.html

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Comments

I have been to these before, and they are always first rate. I would encourage all who are interested to come.

Posted by: Doug Surtees | Oct 16, 2013 8:11:09 AM

This is a great idea. For the finance world, we see FinCon, for marketing, we see MozCon. Now it's time for an EldCon! I love the idea of thought leaders in the elder law industry getting together to share ideas. Thanks for informing me!

Posted by: Joshua @ Law offices of Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr | Oct 22, 2013 8:49:28 AM

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