Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Baby Boomers and The Coming Forgetfulness: Ethical Considerations

Posted by Alan Childress

Speaking of David Giacalone (as I did, last post), his other site f/k/a features a sad and extremely informative post -- a fundamentally important post -- about an aging generation of lawyers and the early[er] onset of Alzheimer's and other memory/function issues.  David extends his thoughts to the ethics considerations too.  It is called The Graying Bar:  Let's Not Forget The Ethics.  Highly recommended and thought-provoking.

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Not being a law prof., I was reluctant until now to comment here, but as I found the Giacalone site so informative and thoughtful I had to write and say thanks: thanks! So much food for thought I've had to spread it out over several courses.

Posted by: Patrick S. O'Donnell | Mar 22, 2007 8:51:46 PM

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