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The Washington Bar Association presents “Knowledge is Power,” a series of panel discussions on various legal topics that will be presented in all quadrants of Washington, DC. Co-sponsors of this series are the Greater Washington Area Chapter (GWAC), and Region XII of the National Bar Association.
The first event “Knowledge is Power: Boomer Caregiving & Elder Law Issues,” will be held on Saturday, October 10, 2015, at 11 am at Israel Metropolitan CME Church, 557 Randolph Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., 20011. Panelists will include Rawle Andrews, Esq., Regional Vice President for AARP and Lynne Person, Director of the AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly-Long Term Ombudsman Program.
Other topics in future weeks for this panel series will include:
Knowledge is Power: How to Deal with Police Officers
Knowledge is Power: Father’s Rights
Knowledge is Power: Youth Bullying Issues
Knowledge is Power: Voting Rights
Knowledge is Power: Housing Issues
Knowledge is Power: Expungement Matters
Learn more about this panel discussion series from the Washington Bar Association at: http://washingtonbar.org/event/knowledge-power-boomer-caregiving-elder-law-issues
AARP is not a sponsor of this event.