May 2022 Bar Bulletin
By Ruth Apahidean Harper
In 1963, President Kennedy designated May as Senior Citizens Month, which was later renamed Older Americans Month. Every president since then has issued a formal proclamation during the month to celebrate older Americans and acknowledge their contributions to our country and society. Even though I don’t have any living grandparents, this month I plan on spending time with older family members from my extended family. I want to hear their stories, learn about how different (and similar) the past was, and acknowledge their hard work and contributions.
Gavin W. Skok, a partner in the Litigation Department at Fox Rothschild...