Tier 1: CLE, 18-Hole Golf Tournament, Lunch, & 2 Drink Tickets - $100
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Tier 2: 18-Hole Golf Tournament, Lunch, & 2 Drink Tickets - $100
Optional Extras: 2 Mulligans, 1 Gary Woodland & 1 String - $25
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CLE: 11:00 AM - Noon
CLE will be both in person and webinar. Please ensure you register for proper format to fit your needs.
Lunch: 12:00- 1:00 PM
Golf: Shotgun start 1:00 PM
PRESENTER: Gayle Larkin and Stan Hazlett (retired), Kansas Disciplinary Administrator
Title - Retiring? What to do and how to do it.
Approved for 1hr CLE in KS
Description – During this hour of ethics CLE, we will answer frequently asked questions related to retiring from the practice of law.
Gayle’s Bio - Gayle B. Larkin graduated from the University of Kansas, School of Law in 1990. She started her career as a criminal prosecutor – first as an Assistant District Attorney for Douglas County, Kansas, and later as an Assistant Attorney General. While in the Attorney General’s office, Ms. Larkin was cross designed as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Kansas. In 1999, she began her career in attorney discipline. From June 1999, through September 2021, she served as Counsel to the Kansas Board for Discipline of Attorneys. She advised the board and drafted final hearing reports following disciplinary hearings. From January 2003, through June 2021, she also served as the Admissions Attorney, investigating and prosecuting bar admissions cases related to character and fitness. In October 2021, the Kansas Supreme Court appointed Ms. Larkin as the disciplinary administrator. As the disciplinary administrator she supervises the investigation and prosecution of attorney disciplinary cases, bar admissions cases, and client protection fund claims.
Stan’s Bio – Stanton A. Hazlett, retired disciplinary administrator, received his undergraduate degree from the University of Kansas in 1974 and his law degree from Washburn University School of Law in 1977. After his admission to the bar of the State of Kansas in 1977, Stan engaged in the private practice of law in Lawrence, Kansas. During that period, he served as a part-time assistant district attorney in Douglas County and maintained a general law practice. In 1986, he joined the Office of the Disciplinary Administrator as a deputy disciplinary administrator. The Kansas Supreme Court appointed Stan as the disciplinary administrator in 1997. Stan remained in that position until his retirement in September 2021.