Upcoming events

    • 20 Aug 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 01 Jul 2021
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    NEW
    TBA ON DEMAND

    Watch anywhere anytime!

    Approved for 1.0 hour of E&P in Kansas

    Program:

    Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and the other social media tools have become ubiquitous in our high-tech society. And while social media can undoubtedly help lawyers to enhance their networks of colleagues, clients and prospective clients, it can also ensnare the unwary in a web of ethical violations.

    Presenter:

    Sean Carter is a Harvard Law grad, who spent a decade practicing securities law before leaving the practice of law to pursue a career as the country's foremost Humorist at Law.

    Since then, Mr. Carter has crisscrossed the country delivering comedic professional educational seminars for more than 350 legal organizations in three dozen states. His presentation topics run the gamut from legal ethics to stress management to diversity. Yet, all of his presentations have one thing in common -- humor and plenty of it.

    In fact, in 2003, Mr. Carter was dubbed "America's Funniest Lawyer" by The Radio and Television Interview Report.

    Finally, Sean lives in Mesa, Arizona with his wife and four sons.

    $40 for TBA Members

    $60 for Non-Members

    For more information or to register visit: https://www.mesacle.com/regs/webreg.php?BarID=11603&EventID=0313171&CustomerID=0&CartID=0

    • 19 Nov 2020
    • (CST)
    • 18 Nov 2021
    • (CST)
    • 12 sessions
    • Capitol Plaza Hotel - Falling Water Bar

    Those members who are at least 70 years of age and practicing or no longer practicing meet for a monthly informal gathering.

    • 01 Dec 2020
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    • 07 Dec 2021
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    • 12 sessions
    • Jayhawk Towers - Senate Room


    • 07 Dec 2020
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    • 06 Dec 2021
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    • 7 sessions
    • Shawnee County Courthouse

    Committee works for the improvement of the legal and judicial systems through cooperation with the judiciary.

    • 11 Feb 2021
    • (CST)
    • 09 Dec 2021
    • (CST)
    • 6 sessions
    • Shawnee County Courthouse

    Committee works for the improvement of the criminal legal community.

    • 18 Feb 2021
    • (CST)
    • 14 Feb 2022
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    NEW
    TBA ON DEMAND

    Watch anywhere anytime!

    Approved for 1.0 hour of E&P in Kansas

    Program: Keep It Classy (and Ethical)- How not to market legal services

    With current technology, legal marketing has never been easier or less expensive. Anyone with a cell phone can shoot and distribute a commercial online in a matter of minutes. Moreover, lawyers can make their presence known on social media, blogs, law firm websites and lawyer referral sites. It's never been easier for a lawyer to get the word out. Nor has it ever been easier for lawyers to run afoul of the ethical rules regulating legal marketing.

    In this fun multimedia presentation, legal humorist Sean Carter will show examples of lawyers who cross the boundaries of legal ethics (or just good taste).

    Presenter:

    Sean Carter is a Harvard Law grad, who spent a decade practicing securities law before leaving the practice of law to pursue a career as the country's foremost Humorist at Law.

    Since then, Mr. Carter has crisscrossed the country delivering comedic professional educational seminars for more than 350 legal organizations in three dozen states. His presentation topics run the gamut from legal ethics to stress management to diversity. Yet, all of his presentations have one thing in common -- humor and plenty of it.

    In fact, in 2003, Mr. Carter was dubbed "America's Funniest Lawyer" by The Radio and Television Interview Report.

    Finally, Sean lives in Mesa, Arizona with his wife and four sons.

    $40 for TBA Members

    $60 for Non-Members

    For more information or to register visit: https://www.mesacle.com/regs/webreg.php?BarID=11603&EventID=0218201&CustomerID=0&CartID=0

    • 01 Mar 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CST)
    • Webinar
    Register

    Medicaid Estate Recovery Issues
    March 1, 2021
    Noon-1:00 p.m.

    This is a makeup from the November Probate all Day CLE
    If you were registered for Probate CLE there is no charge for this program. 



    Noon p.m. – 1:00 p.m. - Medicaid Estate Recovery Issues

    Presenter: Emily Donaldson, Stevens & Brand, LLP


    Medicaid Estate Recovery Issues.  This session will provide a refresher on the basics of Medicaid estate recovery claims, along with an analysis of posthumous liens for estate recovery purposes.



    Emily Donaldson

    Emily has been practicing in the areas of elder law and estate planning for twenty years, is a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation and holds an advanced degree in Estate Planning (LL.M.).  Her practice areas under the umbrella of elder law are:  long-term care and disability planning; Medicaid and VA benefits planning; Estate Planning (Wills and Trusts); Estate and Trust Administration; and Guardianship and Conservatorship.   She is an adjunct professor at Washburn University School of Law, teaching the Elder Law course, and at the University of Kansas School of Law, Estate Planning Principles and Practice.  She is a member of the Probate Law Advisory Committee of the Kansas Judicial Council; and a frequent author and speaker on issues affecting the aged and individuals with disabilities. Most importantly, she is the caretaker of Beverly and Wendell, the middle-aged domestic dog couple who found her on their travels through the mean streets of Kansas City, Missouri.  Every day, they teach her the true purpose of life; every once in a while, she listens.     



    *You will receive a Zoom link in your registration confirmation email. You will also receive the link in a reminder email the morning of the program. 

    • 05 Mar 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (CST)
    Register

    March Bar Luncheon & CLE

    Use of Expert Forensic Engineering Investigations

    Friday, March 5, 2021

    Noon - 2:00 PM

    Join us for our Virtual March Bar Luncheon & CLE

    Approved for 2.0 hours of CLE credit in KS & MO. 

    CLE: The objective of this presentation is to provide attendees an understanding of all the components of expert forensic engineering investigations from an expert’s vast experience in resolution proceedings involving engineering related matters. With such an understanding, attorneys involved in such cases will have better control and efficiency in processing such cases. The presentation will include review of the various elements of how an engineering failure can occur and how to proceed in investigating and prosecuting such cases. Key case examples which the author was intimately involved in will be introduced to illustrate and provide clarity to important concepts. Although the focus of the cases presented here is geotechnical engineering in nature, many of the concepts or principles disseminated through these cases would be applicable and beneficial in resolving other expert forensic engineering cases. Also, at the end of the presentation, some procedural advice is provided from the expert’s perspective. 

    Presenter: Gennaro G. Marino, Ph.D., P.E., D.GE

    Gennaro G. Marino, Ph.D., P.E., D.GE has been a forensic engineer specializing in a wide range of geotechnical cases for almost 40 years and provided expert witness services for over 100 cases. During that time, he has been an expert engineer on a wide variety of complex engineering projects ranging from high profile cases involving catastrophic hurricane damage and disastrous mine subsidence to minor earthquake damage evaluation and litigation involving numerous other forensic events.

    Dr. Marino is also an Associate Member of the American Bar Association and he is the Chairman of the Civil Engineering Subcommittee of the ABA’s Expert Witness Committee. In addition, he has written extensively on geoforensic topics and has over 100 published professional papers and a book titled Earthquake Damage and Repair. He is also a member of the ASCE Forensic Division Committee on Practices to Reduce Failures.

    In 2015, Dr. Marino received Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Civil and Environmental Engineering Alumni Association of the University of Illinois. In 2013, The Academy of Geo-Professionals (AGP) of ASCE recognized Dr. Marino as a Diplomate Geotechnical Engineer (D.GE) for his superior expertise and experience, strong ethics, commitment to life-long learning and continued professional development in the field of Geotechnical Engineering. In 2011, Dr. Marino was selected as the Central Illinois, ASCE Civil Engineer of the Year. Marino Engineering Associates, Inc. was chosen as 1st runner-up for the Central Illinois, ASCE Civil Engineering Project of the Year for 2010.

    Program Sponsored by:

    The Law Office of Roger Fincher
    &
    Parrish Hotels


    • 19 Mar 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • Webinar
    Register

    CLE WEBINAR
    Jury Trial Procedures

    March 19, 2021
    Noon-1:00 p.m.

    FREE for TBA Members
    $20 for Non-Members
    FREE for Students & Paralegals


    Noon p.m. – 1:00 p.m. - 

    This CLE will explain and discuss new procedures for Shawnee County Jury Trials before they resume in April.


    Presented by: TBA Criminal Law Committee


    *You will receive a Zoom link in your registration confirmation email. You will also receive the link in a reminder email the morning of the program. 

    • 26 Mar 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (CDT)
    • ONLINE

    TBA 
    Young Lawyers Division

    VIRTUAL TRIVIA NIGHT
    Free for TBA Young Lawyers & Law Students
    $10 for everyone else

    Friday, March 26, 2021
    7:00 p.m.

    This is a Virtual Event, Links will be sent the week of the event to all registrants.  

    • 09 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual
    Register


     VIRTUAL

    2021 Annual Meeting & Awards


    Friday, April 9, 2021
    Noon - 1:00 p.m.

    Free event

    You will receive a Zoom link after registration. 

    • 14 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (CDT)
    • Lake Shawnee Golf Course, 4141 SE East Edge Road, Topeka, KS
    Register

    TBA Spring Golf Tournament

    Friday, May 14th

    Lake Shawnee Golf Course - 4141 SE East Edge Road
    10 a.m. CLE
    12 p.m.  Lunch
    1 p.m. 18-Hole Tournament Shotgun Start

    Options

    Tier 1:  CLE (2 Hours of Ethics), 18-Hole Golf Tournament, Boxed Lunch & Drink Tickets, and Golf Extras (2 Mulligans & Gary Woodland) - $100

    Tier 2: 18-Hole Golf Tournament, Lunch & Drink Tickets and Golf Extras (2 Mulligans & Gary Woodland) - $90

    Tier 3: 18-Hole Golf Tournament, Lunch & Drink Tickets - $80

    CLE Only: $40

    Extras: 2 Mulligans: $5
                     Gary Woodland $5

    Please register by Friday, May 7.

    Special Thanks to TBA
    Spring Golf Tournament Sponsors

    Tournament Sponsors

    Joseph, Hollander & Craft, LLC | Roger D. Fincher, Attorney at Law

    Fisher, Patterson, Sayler & Smith | Sloan Law Firm | Associates in Dispute Resolution

    Drink & Luncheon Sponsors

    Goodell, Stratton, Edmonds & Palmer, LLP

    Tournament Hole Sponsors

    Alderson, Alderson, Conklin, Crow & Slinkard, LLC | Foulston Siefkin LLP

    Newbery, Ungerer & Hickert, LLP | Parrish Hotel Corporation 

    R.E. Tuck Duncan, Attorney at Law LLC

    • 18 May 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • 90
    Register

    CLE WEBINAR REPLAY

    Zoom Training for Lawyers & Using It Securely
    Tuesday, May 18, 2021

    Noon-1:00 p.m. 

    As lawyers moved to working remotely, they flocked in droves to Zoom for video conferencing. As they quickly learned, it was easy to use – and their clients loved it too. Zoom is rich in features, but beware – in order to use Zoom ethically and competently – you need to become educated about using Zoom securely. That requires training. Many of the stories you’ve heard bemoaning Zoom’s supposed insecurity were a result of user error. Moreover, Zoom has already made great strides in enhancing its security. While we are still waiting for Zoom to employ true end-to-end encryption (and Zoom is working hard on that), the current state of its security is ethically “good enough” provided the host of the Zoom conference know his/her way around the product. This session is designed to alert you to the many ways you can use Zoom in the practice of law – with an eye to making sure that your usage of Zoom is secure and ethically compliant! 

    Presenters
    Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., Sensei Enterprises

    Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., is the President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., a digital forensics, cybersecurity and information technology firm in Fairfax, Virginia.    

    Ms. Nelson is the author of the noted electronic evidence blog, Ride the Lightning and is a co-host of the Legal Talk Network podcast series called “The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology” as well as “Digital Detectives.”

    She is a frequent author (seventeen books published by the ABA and hundreds of articles) and speaker on legal technology, cybersecurity and electronic evidence topics. She was the President of the Virginia State Bar June 2013 – June 2014 and a past President of the Fairfax Law Foundation.

    John W. Simek, Sensei Enterprises

    Mr. Simek is the Vice President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., an information technology, digital forensics and cybersecurity firm located in Fairfax, VA. Mr. Simek has a national reputation as a digital forensics technologist and has testified as an expert witness throughout the United States. He holds a degree in engineering from the United States Merchant Marine Academy and an MBA in finance from Saint Joseph’s University.

    Mr. Simek holds the prestigious CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) certification in addition to multiple other technical certifications. He is a past chair of ABA TECHSHOW and a co-host of the Legal Talk Network podcast Digital Detectives. He is a frequent author (seventeen books published by the ABA and hundreds of articles) and speaker on legal technology, cybersecurity and electronic evidence topics.

    Program Sponsored by:
    Alderson, Alderson, Conklin, Crow, & Slinkard LLC



    • 21 May 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Webinar
    Register

    The Trials of The Century

    Comedic CLE Webinar


    Friday, May 21, 2021

    8:20 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

    Presented by Joel Oster, Comedian of Law LLC

    Trials of the Centuries: Learning from History

    Course Description

    This class will remind the lawyer about the true essence of being an attorney. We go back in time as review the most significant, precedent-setting, cultural-impacting cases over the last several millennia.  We look at the trial strategies, the issues involved, the outcomes, and how those cases can make you a better lawyer today.

    Timed Agenda

    8:40 – 9:40 – Trials of Galileo and Socrates

    While the trial of Galileo and Socrates happened well before the advent of Instagram, and the tweets from that time period are somewhat limited, the impact on the legal system was and continues to be significant.  Galileo was on trial for teaching the Earth revolved around the Sun, and Socrates was on trial for corrupting the minds of the youth. Which is rather ironic because most youth think the word revolves around them.  But both trials significantly impacted the law to this day. In this class, we will learn the importance of public trials, trials by jury, the importance of academic freedom and controlling freedom of thought.  This class will prove one thing – the more things change, the more they stay the same.

    9:40 – 9:50 – Break

    9:50 – 10:50 - Marbury v. Madison and the Judicial Power Grab

    A nation in its infancy faced the first true test of its laws.  President Adams, as one of his last official duties, appointed William Marbury as a justice of the peace.  Even though the Senate quickly confirmed the appointment, Adams failed to have the appointment delivered.  The incoming president, Thomas Jefferson, no fan of John Adams, refused to have the appointment delivered.  And so Marbury sued the new Secretary of State James Madison, seeking a mandamus compelling him to deliver the appointment.  A young nation’s laws hung in the balance.  This class looks at the arguments that were made, the strategies, and the ramifications today of the holding in this landmark case.

    10:50 – 11:00 – Break

    11:00 – 12:00 - Leopold and Loeb – Defending the Imperfect Crime

    Two wealthy students sought to commit the perfect crime.  They kidnapped and murdered 14 year-old Bobby Franks in Chicago.  Newspapers called it “the crime of the century.” The problem with the perfect nature of this crime is that Leopold dropped his glasses where the body was dumped.  Arguing the case for the defendants was Clarence Darrow.  This case transformed closing arguments.  Darrow delivered a masterpiece that allowed his clients to avoid death row.  This class will examine the mechanics of a masterful closing argument

    12:00 – 12:30 – Lunch

    12:30 – 1:30 – Scopes Monkey Trial: Litigating Counter-cultural cases

    Clarence Darrow.  William Jennings Bryant.  WGN.  This case was the first true trial of the century.  The law would never be the same.  A high school teacher was indicted for teaching evolution at the local high school in defiance of a state law.  And the entire nation listened in as WGN broadcasted the proceedings.  The trial climaxed when Clarence Darrow called the opposing lawyer to the stand, a three-time democratic nominee for president. This class will analyze how to litigate counter-cultural cases and review the lasting impact of the Scopes Trial today.

    1:30 – 1:40 - Break

    1:40 – 2:40 - State v. OJ Simpson

    White Ford Bronco Chase.  Gloves not quite the right size.  A judge who loved the spotlight.  And let’s not forget a defendant who is best known for his Academy award winning performances in the Naked Gun trilogy (he was robbed!)(oh, he also had a Heisman trophy in his bedroom closet).  This case transformed the way courts are viewed by the public.  This class studies how this case was litigated, and what this means to our legal system today.

    2:40 – 2:50 – Break

    2:50 – 4:30 – Darwinian Awards (Ethics)

    By reviewing the mistakes other lawyers have made, from advising clients to put a sign up in their yard announcing illegal activity was going on inside the house, to lawyers getting opposing counsel drunk just to score some points with the jury, this class hands out the Darwinian Awards.  Charles Darwin had a theory that only the fittest survive.  Well … you can be among the fittest by adjusting your behavior to not match these lawyers.

    About the Presenter

    Joel Oster, Esq.,                                            

    Joel is a seasoned litigator and regular speaker to attorneys and non-attorneys alike.  He currently is in private practice in Kansas City, specializing in constitutional litigation, campaign finance, sports law and appellate advocacy.  He previously served as senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom at its Kansas City Regional Service Center. While at ADF, he was counsel for the Town of Greece, New York in the landmark case Galloway v. Greece.  Joel argued the case before the United States District Court for the Western District of New York and the Second Circuit, and was part of the legal team presenting the case to the U.S. Supreme Court where they successfully defended the Town against a challenge to its practice of opening its sessions with an invocation.

    Oster regularly litigates First Amendment issues.  As lead counsel in Freedom from Religion Foundation v. Obama, Oster skillfully defended the constitutionality of the National Day of Prayer against an Establishment Clause challenge. Before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, he successfully defended the right of an organization to have a pro-life specialty license plate in Missouri in Roach v. Stouffer. In Wigg v. Sioux Falls School District, he successful represented an elementary school teacher in obtaining equal access to school facilities after contract time after she was denied that right based on the viewpoint of her speech.  In addition, Oster has defended various churches based on the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, against discriminatory zoning codes and regulations.  Oster also has defended various individuals, corporations, and political committees against discriminatory and unconstitutional campaign finance regulations. 

    Joel has also spoken to thousands of attorneys across the United States and has learned from their successful and unsuccessful legal practices.  Joel brings this practical perspective to all his seminars.

    Oster earned his J.D. in 1997 from the University of Kansas School of Law.  Oster is admitted to the bar in Kansas, Missouri, Florida, and numerous federal courts.

    Joel is a seasoned litigator and regular speaker to attorneys and non-attorneys alike.  He currently is in private practice in Kansas City, specializing in constitutional litigation, campaign finance, sports law and appellate advocacy.

    $200 - TBA members

    $400 - Non-TBA members

    No charge for Law Students.

    SPONSORED BY:

    R.E. Tuck Duncan, Attorney at Law LLC

    • 11 Nov 2021
    • (CST)

    TBA Office will be closed in observance of Veteran's Day.


Past events

16 Feb 2021 CLE Webinar- The Status of Public Defense in Kansas
15 Feb 2021 President's - TBA Office Closed
05 Feb 2021 February Virtual Bar Luncheon & CLE - Election Law and the 2020 Election
28 Jan 2021 CLE Webinar- Zoom Training for Lawyers & Using it Securely
18 Jan 2021 Martin Luther King Jr. Day - TBA Office Closed
14 Jan 2021 Law Day 2021 CLE- Advancing the Rule of Law Now
14 Jan 2021 Family Law Committee Meeeting
08 Jan 2021 January Virtual Bar Luncheon and Webinar CLE
01 Jan 2021 New Years Day Observed-TBA Office Closed
24 Dec 2020 Christmas Holiday-TBA Office Closed
04 Dec 2020 December Bar Luncheon- Judge Portrait Unveilings
26 Nov 2020 Thanksgiving Holiday-TBA Office Closed
11 Nov 2020 Veteran's Day-TBA Office Closed
06 Nov 2020 Virtual 2020 Annual Meeting
23 Oct 2020 Ethics & Plea Negotiations- Criminal Law CLE Webinar
16 Oct 2020 Family Law, Get to Know Your Family Law Judges CLE Webinar
09 Oct 2020 Developments in Federal Tax Law and Nonprofit Organizations Webinar CLE
02 Oct 2020 October Bar Luncheon- Kansas Legislative Update WEBINAR
25 Sep 2020 Sentencing Guidelines & Departure Motions - Criminal Law CLE Webinar
18 Sep 2020 WEBINAR - Using Humor in Law: Improv, My Cousin Vinny and Bench Slaps
11 Sep 2020 September Bar Luncheon - WEBINAR
07 Sep 2020 Labor Day-TBA Office Closed
28 Aug 2020 2020 YLD Fall Golf Tournament
28 Aug 2020 Ethics Theater, 2 Hour Ethics CLE Webinar
07 Aug 2020 August Bar Luncheon CLE WEBINAR
10 Jul 2020 July Criminal Law Committee Meeting
03 Jul 2020 Independence Day-TBA Office Closed
05 Jun 2020 2020 CLE Blast- Webinar
04 Jun 2020 June Criminal Law Committee Meeting
25 May 2020 Memorial Day-TBA Office Closed
22 May 2020 "Comedic De-Briefing of the Law - 2020 Edition" WEBINAR CLE
07 May 2020 May Criminal Law Committee Meeting
01 May 2020 May Bar Luncheon - Canceled
01 May 2020 Law Day 2020
13 Mar 2020 "Employment Law: Everything You Want to Know (In 2 Hours), But Have No Time to Research" CLE
06 Mar 2020 March Bar Luncheon
05 Mar 2020 March Criminal Law Committee Meeting
13 Feb 2020 Family Law Committee Meeting
07 Feb 2020 February Bar Luncheon
06 Feb 2020 February Criminal Law Committee Meeting
20 Jan 2020 Martin Luther King's Birthday - TBA Office Closed
10 Jan 2020 January Bar Luncheon
09 Jan 2020 TBA CRIMINAL LAW Committee Meeting & CLE: Pre-Trial Release CLE
01 Jan 2020 New Year's Day Holiday - TBA Office Closed
24 Dec 2019 Christmas Holiday-TBA Office Closed
17 Dec 2019 Justice Luckert's Investiture Ceremony
10 Dec 2019 Annual Holiday Party
05 Dec 2019 December Criminal Law Committee Meeting
28 Nov 2019 Thanksgiving Holiday-TBA Office Closed
22 Nov 2019 Investiture of Penny R. Moylan
22 Nov 2019 Annual TBA Turkey Shoot
11 Nov 2019 Veteran's Day-TBA Office Closed
07 Nov 2019 Government Attorney and Criminal Law Committee Meeting
07 Nov 2019 "Kansas Supreme Court Update: Change Is In the Air" CLE
18 Oct 2019 “Mediation Preparation: Investing in a Successful Outcome” CLE
10 Oct 2019 Family Law Committee Meeting
04 Oct 2019 Hon. Rachel Pickering's Investiture
04 Oct 2019 October Bar Luncheon
03 Oct 2019 October Criminal Law Committee Meeting
03 Oct 2019 2019 Clay Shoot & Ethical Issues Related to Risk CLE
20 Sep 2019 YLD Fall Golf Tournament
06 Sep 2019 First Friday with the TBA
06 Sep 2019 "View from the Bench: Tips for Practicing in Shawnee County" CLE
06 Sep 2019 September Bar Luncheon
05 Sep 2019 TBA CRIMINAL LAW LUNCH & LEARN: "DIRECT & CROSS EXAMINATION" CLE
02 Sep 2019 Labor Day-TBA Office Closed
15 Aug 2019 CLE Committee Meeting
08 Aug 2019 Family Law Committee Meeting
02 Aug 2019 August Bar Luncheon
01 Aug 2019 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
12 Jul 2019 Reception for Hon. Mark S. Braun
04 Jul 2019 Independence Day-TBA Office Closed
21 Jun 2019 Self-Mastery for Lawyers CLE
13 Jun 2019 Immigration Law CLE
11 Jun 2019 2019 Legislative Review CLE
07 Jun 2019 June Bar Luncheon
06 Jun 2019 Family Law Committee
31 May 2019 Family Law CLE
30 May 2019 Probate Committee Meeting
27 May 2019 Memorial Day-TBA Office Closed
23 May 2019 De-Briefing the Law 2019: A Comedic Review of Supreme Court, legal ethics and headline cases CLE
17 May 2019 The Verdict CLE - 2 Hour Ethics CLE
17 May 2019 TBA Spring Golf Tournament
03 May 2019 May Bar Luncheon
01 May 2019 2019 Law Day Public Program
01 May 2019 Law Day CLE - Free Speech Free Press Free Society
24 Apr 2019 Pulling Back the Curtain: A Discussion About Domestic and International Intellectual Property Law CLE
18 Apr 2019 April O.L.D. Social
18 Apr 2019 Family Law Committee
17 Apr 2019 Awards & Brews: 2019 Annual Meeting
28 Mar 2019 TBA & YLD MARCH MADNESS SOCIAL
22 Mar 2019 Ten Most Common Hazards & Mistakes in Automobile Accident Cases CLE
01 Mar 2019 March Bar Luncheon
21 Feb 2019 February O.L.D. Social
14 Feb 2019 Family Law Committee
12 Feb 2019 YLD February Luncheon
01 Feb 2019 February Bar Luncheon
25 Jan 2019 Self-Care for Attorneys CLE & Rustic Sign Workshop
21 Jan 2019 Martin Luther King's Birthday - TBA Office Closed
18 Jan 2019 Employment Law: Everything You Want to Know (In 2 Hours), But Have No Time to Research CLE
08 Jan 2019 YLD January Luncheon
04 Jan 2019 January Bar Luncheon
01 Jan 2019 New Year's Day Holiday - TBA Office Closed
24 Dec 2018 Christmas Holiday-TBA Office Closed
20 Dec 2018 December O.L.D. Social
18 Dec 2018 December YLD Meeting
13 Dec 2018 Family Law Committee
10 Dec 2018 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
07 Dec 2018 December Bar Luncheon
22 Nov 2018 Thanksgiving Holiday-TBA Office Closed
16 Nov 2018 Annual TBA Turkey Shoot
15 Nov 2018 November O.L.D. Social
12 Nov 2018 Veteran's Day-TBA Office Closed
03 Nov 2018 A Garden FUNraiser
02 Nov 2018 November Bar Luncheon
02 Nov 2018 Groundbreaking Ceremony for Kay's Garden
30 Oct 2018 October YLD Social
25 Oct 2018 Government Attorney Luncheon
19 Oct 2018 Fall Immigration CLE
11 Oct 2018 Family Law Committee
07 Oct 2018 TBA Day at West Ridge Lanes
05 Oct 2018 October Membership Luncheon
04 Oct 2018 2018 Clay Shoot & Firearms Overview CLE
28 Sep 2018 Adoption Law CLE
25 Sep 2018 Legislative Candidate Forum
21 Sep 2018 YLD Fall Golf Tournament
21 Sep 2018 Nuts & Bolts of Ignition Interlock CLE
20 Sep 2018 Side-Bar Social
19 Sep 2018 TBA CLE Planning Committee Meeting
11 Sep 2018 YLD September Luncheon
07 Sep 2018 September Membership Luncheon
03 Sep 2018 Labor Day-TBA Office Closed
17 Aug 2018 Investiture for Judge Darian Dernovish
16 Aug 2018 August O.L.D. Social
14 Aug 2018 YLD August Social
09 Aug 2018 Family Law Committee
03 Aug 2018 August Social
10 Jul 2018 YLD July Luncheon
05 Jul 2018 Independence Day-TBA Office Closed
15 Jun 2018 A Comedic Review of Recent Supreme Court Decisions and Other Notable Cases CLE
14 Jun 2018 YLD Social
08 Jun 2018 TBA Board Blast CLE!
07 Jun 2018 June Family Law Committee Meeting
06 Jun 2018 Compassion Fatigue CLE
01 Jun 2018 June Membership Luncheon
28 May 2018 Memorial Day-TBA Office Closed
24 May 2018 Probate CLE
18 May 2018 2018 Annual TBA Golf Tournament
11 May 2018 In Stealth Mode: An Interactive Illustration of Stalking and Intimate Partner Abuse in the Digital Age
04 May 2018 May Membership Luncheon
27 Apr 2018 Working with Survivors of Human Trafficking CLE
20 Apr 2018 Expungement Day Volunteer (Afternoon)
20 Apr 2018 Expungement Day Volunteer (Morning)
17 Apr 2018 Durable Powers of Attorney and Health Care Directives CLE
13 Apr 2018 Expungement Day Informational Meeting
12 Apr 2018 Family Law Committee Meeting
12 Apr 2018 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
11 Apr 2018 Awards & Brews: 2018 Annual Meeting
11 Apr 2018 Expungements In Kansas CLE
06 Apr 2018 April Membership Luncheon
30 Mar 2018 Topeka Municipal Court Practice - A Primer CLE
29 Mar 2018 Expungement Day Informational Meeting
02 Mar 2018 March Membership Luncheon
01 Mar 2018 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
15 Feb 2018 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
15 Feb 2018 Family Law Committee Meeting
08 Feb 2018 Managing the Risk of a Data Breach: Ethical Obligation & Cybersecurity CLE
02 Feb 2018 February Membership Luncheon
01 Feb 2018 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
25 Jan 2018 New Year and Back to School Social
18 Jan 2018 Criminal Law Committee
15 Jan 2018 Martin Luther King's Birthday - TBA Office Closed
11 Jan 2018 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
09 Jan 2018 YLD Monthly Luncheons
05 Jan 2018 January Membership Luncheon
22 Dec 2017 Christmas Holiday-TBA Office Closed
14 Dec 2017 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
07 Dec 2017 Annual Holiday Party
23 Nov 2017 Thanksgiving Holiday-TBA Office Closed
20 Nov 2017 Probate Committee Meeting
17 Nov 2017 Annual Turkey Shoot
15 Nov 2017 Tax Planning for Optimized Charitable Giving CLE
10 Nov 2017 Veteran's Day-TBA Office Closed
08 Nov 2017 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
18 Oct 2017 Mayoral Candidate Forum
18 Oct 2017 Protection from Stalking or Sexual Assault Act: New Legal Remedy for Sexual Assault Victims CLE
11 Oct 2017 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
06 Oct 2017 October Membership Luncheon
05 Oct 2017 Monthly Briefings Meeting
25 Sep 2017 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
22 Sep 2017 Topeka Bar Association Fall Golf Tournament
07 Sep 2017 Adoption Law CLE
04 Sep 2017 Labor Day-TBA Office Closed
01 Sep 2017 September Membership Luncheon
04 Aug 2017 August Membership Luncheon
28 Jul 2017 2017 Legislative Update CLE
04 Jul 2017 Independence Day-TBA Office Closed
16 Jun 2017 TBA CLE Blast!
02 Jun 2017 June Membership Luncheon & Ethics CLE
29 May 2017 Memorial Day-TBA Office Closed
19 May 2017 Annual TBA Golf Tournament
19 May 2017 Ethics in the Everyday Practice of Law CLE
11 May 2017 TBA YLD INAUGURAL TRIVIA NIGHT
05 May 2017 May Membership Luncheon & 2017 CLE Updates
01 May 2017 Crimes, Courts and the Constitution - a Law Day Event
01 May 2017 Law Day 2017
29 Apr 2017 2017 Law Day: Kansas Riverfront Clean Up Event
27 Apr 2017 2017 Annual Meeting
14 Apr 2017 Criminal Law CLE
13 Mar 2017 Criminal Law Committee Meeting
03 Mar 2017 March Membership Luncheon & The Attorney-Surveyor Working Relationship: How to Win a Case Together CLE
03 Mar 2017 Statute of Frauds (and) Why People Ignore It
23 Feb 2017 Happy Hour CLE "Ethical Considerations in the Use of Social Media in Investigations & Litigation"
22 Feb 2017 Probate Committee Meeting
09 Feb 2017 CLE: e-Filing in Shawnee County District Court
03 Feb 2017 February Membership Luncheon
16 Jan 2017 Martin Luther King's Birthday - TBA Office Closed
13 Jan 2017 CLE: Family Law Update & Hot Topics
11 Jan 2017 Probate Committee Meeting
06 Jan 2017 January Membership Luncheon
02 Jan 2017 New Year's Day Holiday - TBA Office Closed
23 Dec 2016 TBA Office Closed for Christmas Holiday
01 Dec 2016 TBA Annual Holiday Party
25 Nov 2016 Thanksgiving Holiday - TBA Office Closed
24 Nov 2016 Thanksgiving - TBA Office Closed
18 Nov 2016 Annual Turkey Shoot
17 Nov 2016 O.L.D. Committee
11 Nov 2016 Veteran's Day - TBA Office Closed
08 Nov 2016 Young Lawyers Division Monthly Luncheon
04 Nov 2016 Naturalization Ceremony
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