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Everyone Wants to be a Senior by F. Warren Haynie Jr. The Senior Lawyers Conference The SLC publishes the Senior Lawyer News is pleased to be featured in this issue of Virginia as well as the extremely useful Senior Citizens Lawyer. I trust that the articles written by Handbook. The print version of the handbook senior lawyers will be interesting and helpful is available by contacting Stephanie Blanton, to you. VSB SLC liaison at (804) 775-0576. The online The SLC is the largest conference in the version is available at Virginia State Bar, representing well over 16,000 /docs/conferences/senior-lawyers/VSB Virginia attorneys. Membership includes all -SCHandbook.pdf. The SLC website can lawyers and judges in Virginia who attain the be accessed at age of fifty-five and are in good standing. There I hope you enjoy the featured articles, and are no membership dues, and all SLC members I encourage you to become an active member are invited and encouraged to become active in of our conference. the many activities and projects sponsored by the conference. Chief among these projects are Senior Citizen Days sponsored in concert with local bar associations to familiarize seniors, their advisors, and caregivers with the laws, programs, and issues facing seniors in Virginia. Since we all want to become seniors, these programs really apply to all of us. The SLC has an active tree planting program in place, and sponsors a CLE program at the annual meeting of the VSB. Pro bono activities are encouraged and a free CLE seminar is currently available regarding planning for a lawyer's disability or death. 18 F. Warren Haynie Jr. is a sole practitioner in Lottsburg and immediate past-chair of the Senior Lawyers Conference. He has been practicing law since he graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1971. VIRGINIA LAWYER | June/July 2013 | Vol. 62 | SENIOR LAWYERS CONFERENCE

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