Practicing Past Retirement Age – How to Do It Better
Date: Nov 29, 2023 12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Member Price: $145
Non-Member Price: $180
- David Fitzsimons, Esq.
- ADRFitz, Carlisle
- Judith Kurnick
- Judith Kurnick Coaching, LLC, Philadelphia
- Robert H. Louis, Esq.
- Saul Ewing, LLP, Philadelphia
The age of 67 is not what it used to be. While this is the recognized retirement age in the United States, many people want to work for 5 or even 10 years past that. Recent studies show that 68% of Baby Boomers either expect to or are already working past age 67, or do not plan to retire. New research shows that working longer can be good for a person’s mental health. But we may need to change the way we work to invest in our own longevity. What are the options? Where do we start? Are there options for attorneys and retired judges who want to stay in the law but not work 50 hours or more each week for a law firm?
This seminar will provide you with concrete alternatives to the “standard” practice of law and with suggestions to help you live longer while living better.
This seminar will cover:
- New research on physical and mental health as we age;
- Lifestyle changes that can enhance your productivity and your longevity;
- Ethical, financial, and logistical factors that will help both solo practitioners and attorneys in medium to large sized firms plan for the future ;
- Options – legal and law-related fields for experienced practitioners over the age of 67; and
- Simple tools you can use now to jumpstart your thinking.