Senior Lawyers Division

Senior Lawyers Division


The goals of the Senior Lawyers Division are to encourage and maximize participation of senior lawyers in the operation and betterment of the Louisiana State Bar Association, while providing services and support to the senior members of the bar.

Officers
Phillip A. Wittmann, Chair
Edward J. Walters, Jr., Vice Chair
Winfield E. Little, Jr., Secretary/Treasurer


Senior Lawyers Division Resources

History and Creation of the Senior Lawyers Division
A Senior Lawyers Committee was appointed by LSBA President Mike Patterson. The Senior Lawyers Committee held its first meeting in July 2010. The Senior Lawyers Committee and the LSBA Young Lawyers Section submitted a joint resolution in June 2011 to the LSBA House of Delegates to create a Senior Lawyers Division and Young Lawyers Division.
View the resolution creating the Senior Lawyers Division was approved by the LSBA House of Delegates
Senior Lawyers Division Held Its Initial Meeting on June 7, 2012
The Senior Lawyers Division of the Louisiana State Bar Association held its initial meeting on June 7, 2012 at 3:00 p.m. in Sandestin, Florida, in conjunction with the LSBA Annual Meeting. Presiding was Richard K. Leefe. The by-laws for the Senior Lawyers Division were approved at that meeting.

Senior Lawyers Division Bylaws
Article II, Section1 of the bylaws provides that any member of good standing of the Louisiana State Bar Association upon reaching the age of sixty-five(65) shall be enrolled as a member of the Division. The bylaws provide that the Division shall meet no less than twice a year, once at the Annual Meeting of the LSBA and once at the midyear meeting.
View the Bylaws

Seasoning's Newsletter Articles- July 2014


Voluntary Mentoring Program
By court order on May 15, the Louisiana Supreme Court formally created the Transition Into Practice (TIP) Voluntary Mentoring Program. The program, geared to the new admittees into practice, is also of great importance to the Senior Lawyers Division, as one of the Division’s goals is to offer assistance as mentors. The program will apply to 2014 admittees, with a kickoff date in January 2015. It is a voluntary program and will start in Shreveport, Baton Rouge and the greater New Orleans area.

Read more here: LASC Establishes Transition Into Practice Voluntary Mentoring Program

View Executive Summary

Sign up here: Mentoring Program Registration



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