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    • 06 Mar 2024
    • 12:00 PM
    • The Celtic Fox
    Register

    ANNUAL MEETING
    of the Young Lawyers Division

    Wednesday, March 6, 2024
    Noon-1:00 PM

    Lunch Provided
    Location The Celtic Fox

    TBA Young Lawyers Division is hosting the 2024 Annual Meeting of Young Lawyers. This is the perfect time to get involved with the YLD if you haven't already. This meeting and division is OPEN to all current law students and new attorneys (practicing 5 years or less).

    Free Registration for YLD Members- Please RSVP to ensure lunch is provided for you.


    • 13 Mar 2024
    • 12:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    CLE Webinar

    DEIB: A Powerful Recipe for Success & Longevity in Your Firm


      March 13, 2024

      Noon- 1:00pm

      via Zoom

      Presenter: Nicole M. Revenaugh

      $20 for TBA Members

      $40 for Non-Members


      Approved for 1 hour E&P CLE in KS and MO

      Speaker Bio

      Nicole M. Revenaugh, with over a decade of experience in personal injury and wrongful death cases across Kansas, co-founded Irigonegarary, Turney, & Revenaugh, L.L.P. A graduate with honors from Washburn University School of Law, she served as the interim Judge Pro Tem in Shawnee County District Court in 2019 and continued to serve intermittently in 2020-21. Nicole is a past-President of the Women Attorneys Association of Topeka, actively contributes to legal and community organizations, and was honored with the 2019 Women of Influence “Rising Star” Award.

      Nicole holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from William Jewell College and earned her Juris Doctor from Washburn University School of Law in 2012. She is a dedicated community leader, an alumnus of the Greater Topeka Partnership’s Leadership Greater Topeka Class of 2020, and serves on the boards of Women Lawyers on Guard, Kansas Women Attorneys for Freedom, the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce and Scott Dual Language Elementary School’s Site Council.

      • 14 Mar 2024
      • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
      • Kansas Bar Association
      Register

      TBA FAMILY LAW COMMITTEE MEETING

      Thursday, March 14, 2024

      Noon-1:00 p.m.

      NEW LOCATION

      Kansas Bar Association

      1200 SW Harrison


      Please RSVP if you will attend so we have a good headcount for food.

      • 09 Apr 2024
      • 12:00 PM
      • TBD- In Person ONLY

      Save the Date: Volunteers & Partnership Dinner 2018 | ECLC

      Tuesday, April 9

      Noon, In Person ONLY 

      Location TBD


      You Sank My Battleship…

      An Overview Of Jury Selection In Kansas. Part 2.

      The rules, cases, and the local judicial approach to voir dire. From criminal to personal injury, every case with a jury room involves jury bias. Success in jury selection requires lawyers to draw upon several basic skills. Conducting effective voir dire and jury selection requires developing strategies that secure the necessary information and adapt to the unique circumstances that lawyers face in their trial jurisdictions. The goal of this CLE is to promote the skills needed to be successful in the area of voir dire and jury selection. It is through the sharpening of these skills that lawyers take a major step in improving the chances of a favorable verdict at trial.

      Sponsored by TBA Criminal Law Commitee


      FREE for Law Students and ACTIVE Criminal Law Committee Members

      $20 for TBA Members

      $40 for Non-Members

      Pending CLE Approval 

      • 11 Apr 2024
      • 12:00 PM
      • Zoom
      Register

      The TBA Criminal Law

      Committee 


      Thursday,

      April 11, 2024

      12:00 PM- 1:00 PM


      Join Zoom Meeting

      https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87393260258

      Meeting ID: 873 9326 0258

      • 18 Apr 2024
      • 5:00 PM
      • The Foundry
      Register

      Click HERE for Award Nomination Form


      Thursday April 18, 2024

      5:00- 7:00pm

      The Foundry Event Center

      Business Meeting 6:00-6:30

      An evening to Honor fellow attorneys with Annual TBA Awards & Induct 2023-24 TBA Board of Directors.

      Individual Tickets:  $35/person 

      Table: $200 seats 6 

      Guests and spouses are welcome.

      Heavy Hors d'Oeuvres & Desserts

      Drink tickets (2) included.

      (Cash bar also available)

      Business casual attire. 

      • 17 May 2024
      • 10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
      • TCALC


      NEW DATE in May

      Probate CLE Seminar

      Friday, May 17, 2024


      $70-80 TBA Members

      $140-160 Non-Member

      5 hours CLE including 1 hour E&P


      Lunch provided for In-person attendance.


       Jim Willard- Undue Influence

       Kathleen Urbom- Trust Fomation

       Chris Gunn- Extra-Testamentary Gifts

       Kirk Nystrom- DPOA

       Brian M. Jacques- Ethical Challenges in Probate

      • 21 Jun 2024
      • 8:50 AM - 3:40 PM
      • Zoom
      Register

      Webinar CLE -Zoom

      June 21, 2024 

      8:50am- 3:40pm



      Pending approval for 7 hours of CLE including 1 hour E&P in KS


      Murder trials capture the American’s attention like no other. It is the original reality TV. From gruesome murder scene, to the search for who is responsible, society is consumed with the process. For lawyers, it is a crowning achievement of the profession. It provides an orderly way to process and hold responsible people who commit these heinous acts. But does the process always work? Does the innocent get convicted?

      Does the guilty go free? This CLE examines 5 true crimes, from the grisly details of the murder scene, to the decision to indict, to the trial, and finally, to the verdict. And in the process, this CLE puts the legal system on trial.

      Presenter: Joel Oster, Esq., is a seasoned litigator and distinguished speaker based in Kansas City. Specializing in constitutional litigation, campaign finance, sports law, and appellate advocacy, he has a notable track record defending First Amendment issues. Previously a senior counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom, Joel played a key role in landmark cases such as Galloway v. Greece and Freedom from Religion Foundation v. Obama. Admitted to the bar in Kansas, Missouri, Florida, and federal courts, he brings a practical perspective to seminars, drawing from extensive experience in successful and unsuccessful legal practices across the United States. Joel earned his J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law in 1997.


      $150-200* for TBA Members

      $400 for Non-Members

      *Early registration price available for members until April 1. 

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