Tenney Lantz attends one of the nation’s premier legal education conferences

May 6, 2015

Our attorney, Tenney Lantz, joined by over 100 estate planning law firms from around the country at one of the nation’s premier legal education conferences held in Louisville, KY from April 22-27. The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys hosted its 22nd annual Spring Summit, with the theme of “Run Your Own Race, Create a Practice You Love.”

Estate Planning Attorney EventThe conference began with a keynote address titled, “Crossing the Generational Divide: Unlocking the Power of Generations,” from speaker Curt Steinhorst from the Center for Generational Kenetics. The summit also featured James M. McCauley from the Ethics Counsel at the Virginia State Bar, who presented on Ethical Considerations in Cloud Computing. Additional legal education sessions provided Tenney with leadership training, new research, and important updates in estate planning law, including: VA Planning Today, The Trust Protector/Special Co-Trustee: What One is And Why They Are Important, and Attorney in the Coach’s Seat.

The event also provided demonstrations of the Academy’s revolutionary cloud-based software program that streamlines estate plan creation and funding processes with a workflow focused on practice management and accounting systems.

The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys aims to assist its Member attorneys to enhance the way they practice law. Their events focus on cutting-edge legal education and management training, as well as other vital updates in estate, tax, and business planning laws. Lantz Law, Inc. is the only law firm in Southcoast, Cape Cod, and South Shore areas to be admitted to the American Academy.

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