Age-Related Cognitive Impairment: What to do When Forgetfulness Becomes an Ethical Violation

This seminar will provide a comprehensive analysis of aging lawyer issues from both a professional responsibility and risk management perspective. The program centers on the effects of the natural aging process – not lawyers suffering impairment from serious illness or ongoing substance abuse and alcoholism. It concerns lawyers with mental impairment that may be either temporary or permanent. This includes early stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s, and age-related mental impairment resulting from past alcoholism and substance abuse.


  • Length - 1 hour
  • Format - Live activity or Webinar
  • Video - No
  • PPT - No

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