Wednesday, May 29, 2019
The American Bar Association is holding a seminar entitled, Skills Training for Estate Planners, from Sunday, July 14 to Friday, July 19 at the South Carolina School of Law in Columbia, South Carolina. Provided below is a description of the event.
This is the ideal estate planning CLE program for both new and experienced lawyers. Young or transitioning lawyers new to the practice will receive a strong educational experience focused on the “how to” or estate planning in the program Fundamentals course; while more experienced lawyers will appreciate the opportunity to further expand their knowledge in the program’s Advanced Topics course. The outstanding facility includes experts in all aspects of estate planning and will cover a wide range of topics.
Who Should Attend the Fundamentals Program?
New estate planners — both young attorneys new in the profession, and attorneys seeking to make a transition from another area of law. We recommend that attorneys have been practicing law for at least three years. Please note that this program is not open to law school graduates of 2019. Download the Fundamentals brochure.
Advanced Topics Program
Who Should Attend the Advanced Topics Program?
Attorneys experienced in estate planning seeking to increase their knowledge and skills within the practice. Attorneys who have completed the Fundamentals Program are encouraged to attend the Advanced Topics Program for more training.
Benefits of Attending
- An outstanding facility who share their insights and strategies on the most pressing issues estate planners currently face
- An intensive classroom environment that encouraged interaction and integrates substance with practical skills instruction
- Detailed course materials that serve as a valuable reference when you return to your office
The opportunity to network with faculty and other participants from across the country at receptions, complementary breakfasts and lunches, as well as informally in the evenings
- Between 24 – 54 hours of CLE credit depending on your state and the course chosen
Special thanks to Joel C. Dobris (Professor of Law, UC Davis School of Law) for bringing this article to my attention.