Michelle Scully Hobus, Elizabeth Ubaldo, and Jennifer Henson attended the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys 2014 Spring Summit in Houston, Texas.
The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys requires members to complete 36 hours of continuing education credits each year to maintain membership in the academy. The summit events provide an opportunity for attorneys to attend classes that help meet the continuing education credits requirement. The summit events also give the attorneys a chance to meet with other attorneys to share ideas and success stories.
Staff members get the opportunity to meet peers in other law offices from around the country and share what works or does not work in their offices. Staff members receive training in software, database management, marketing, and social media.
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