We now offer our readers the third issue in our four-part series on elder law. With this issue, we conclude the focus on health care, but there is clearly no final resolution of these critical issues. Our objective has been to provide balanced, intellectually rigorous articles by professional authors. The response to this series has been so positive that we are confident that our efforts have gone a long way toward meeting this important objective.
As always, we offer our sincere thanks to Guest Editor Walter Burke. He has made it possible for us to set Experience magazine on an exciting path that will strengthen the position of this magazine as the place to come for timely, relevant, and thought-provoking articles on elder law. Walter has set a high bar for future issue editors, but we are blessed in the Senior Lawyers Division with members who possess astounding knowledge and experience and unmatched networks with other professionals. The issue editor process is one that the Editorial Board is confident will assure the long-term stability and success of Experience magazine.
It is our contention that the growing field of elder law touches almost every other area of the law and the lives of all older adults and their children. That is not to say that we will not continue to provide articles and columns of more general interest. As we move forward, we encourage response from you, our readers. A truly strong publication does not work in isolation. If you would like to express your opinion about something you read in these pages or about our evolving magazine, generally, please write us.
—Malinda C. Allen
Editorial Board Chair