Tag Archives: Making

10th International Shared Decision Making Conference (ISDM 2019)

Are you ready for the 10th International Shared Decision Making Conference? Like other recent healthcare decision making conferences, ISDM 2019 will be in another beautiful location: Quebec City. Read more detail on Recent Health Care Law posts –

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Making Law Student Mental Health a Priority

Mental health and substance abuse problems affect individuals working in every profession. Unfortunately, too many professionals suffer in silence, while others fail to notice their own conditions and needs. Institutions dedicated to preparing individuals to enter professional careers need to … Continue reading

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What Retirement Planning Mistakes are Baby Boomers Making?

Poor planning leads to greater stresses in retirement. Read more detail on Recent Estate Planning posts –

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Making the most of the YLD Spring Conference as a law student

I remember walking into my first ABA Conference as a 2L.  I was interested in Employment Law and the ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law’s Annual Conference just happened to be in Atlanta, right down the street.  Like the … Continue reading

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2020’s slate of female presidential candidates is already making history

The New Republic – Women of Substance – “…Now there are six—count them, six. Klobuchar, Warren, New York’s Kirsten Gillibrand, and California’s Kamala Harris have a plausible shot, followed by Hawaii’s Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, whose qualifications and motivation remain unclear, … Continue reading

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