The 2017 Annual Exploitation Conference will be held October 11-13, 2017 in Destin Beach, Florida at The Henderson Beach Resort & Spa. This legal continuing education conference is devoted to covering the difficult topics of national importance for attorneys as out population ages. This year’s theme is Your Guide to Navigating the Rough Waters of Legal Planning Today.
This conference will dive deep into the topics every practicing attorney must know as our population ages. Conference topics include presentations on the ethics of representing clients with diminished capacity, to how law firms can deal with aging employees, to how to avoid the increasing risks of representing older clients and their legal representatives. Attendees will learn from experts and receive robust materials to work from during the presentation, and to take back to their practices for daily use.
For three days, attendees have an opportunity to learn the intricacies of representing aging clients. Mornings are dedicated to education. Afternoons are free for attendees to explore one of the world’s most beautiful beaches from the hotel’s private beach or swim in the luxurious pool. The hotel has bikes, kayaks, and paddle boards available for rent to attendees to enjoy the immediate surroundings.
For those looking for more than lounging on a private beach and contemplating the morning’s presentations, the hotel is located next door to The Henderson Florida State Park. It is within a short drive from Topsail Hill Preserve State Park and Grayton Beach State Park.
For attendees who like to fish or explore the Gulf of Mexico, Destin, Florida is known as the “World’s Luckiest Fishing Village”. There are daily fishing and boating tours within a few minutes from the hotel. Many of these tours will pick up guests at their hotel.
Great shopping is also a short distance from the hotel. Within 20 minutes from the hotel is The Silver Sands Outlet Mall and Destin Commons. Destin Commons includes theaters, good food, and arts. With shopping for everyone’s tastes from Brooks Brother’s to Pac Sun, an afternoon in Destin is likely to satisfy any shopaholic.
If attendees are interested in history, Destin and its surrounding area have a rich history. The Destin History and Fishing Museum is a visual and scientific journey from Destin’s birth as a fishing village to its growth into an international tourist destination. It will also answer the burning question of why the beach’s sand is white. Within approximately one hour of the hotel, attendees can also visit the Gulf Island National Seashore which includes the historic Naval Live Oaks Area, a former live oak forest used by the United States Navy to build its ships.
Because of the amazing surroundings, exotic beauty, and wide range of activities, attendees are encouraged to bring family and make this a mini vacation. October is one of the most beautiful times of the year in the panhandle of Florida. Destin and its surroundings are perfect for a romantic weekend or an exciting family adventure. The special hotel rate for conference attendees is available for three days before and after the conference to accommodate those attendees that decide to turn the event into a memorable adventure.