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HARVARD LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION SENIOR ADVISORY NETWORK PANELS
Held in conjunction with Fall 2011 Reunion Weekend
BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT
Friday, October 28, 2011, 2:00 p.m.
Austin Hall North, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Neil Chayet '63
Host, CBS Nationally Syndicated Radio Program,
“Looking at the Law”
Gary Jacobson, M.D.
Supervising Psychiatrist, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
Herbert Benson, M.D.
Director Emeritus, Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Rabbi Baruch HaLevi, D.Min.
Spiritual Leader, Congregation Shirat Hayam,
This Panel will deal with some of the challenges and opportunities that we all face as we grow older. Each of the distinguished panelists will offer initial observations from their vantage point with regard to mental health issues, mind/body health and interaction, and the place that religious and spiritual issues can play in our lives. Time will be allowed for audience participation and interaction.
PUBLIC INTEREST OPPORTUNITIES FOR SENIOR LAWYERS
Friday, October 28, 2011, 4:30 p.m.
Austin Hall North. Harvard Law School. Cambridge, Massachusetts
Michael A. Cooper ‘60
Of Counsel, Sullivan & Cromwell, NYC
President, Pro Bono Net
Hon. Edward M. Ginsburg ‘58
Founder, Senior Partners for Justice
Roger Pugh ‘54
UN Liaison to Lawyers Without Borders
The Panel will address the numerous and varied public service opportunities that are available to lawyers in their retirement. The opportunities are virtually limitless, and the need extraordinarily great. Time will be allowed for audience participation.
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