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|Your KBA Weekly - March 25, 2014|
The Kansas Bar Association, a Topeka based state-wide organization serving attorneys and the public, seeks an entrepreneurial leader to re-organize and invigorate its Lawyer Referral Service. The new LRS director will oversee all operations of the service including structure, attorney recruitment, public marketing, and case management. The successful candidate will have excellent communications skills; a four-year degree (law degree preferred); and professional supervisory, program administration, and customer service experience. Experience in LRS or a similar program is preferred. To apply, please forward a letter addressing qualifications, resume, and three professional references to Ken Waugh at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information go to www.ksbar.org/LRSDirector. Review begins April 28, 2014. Appointment begins July 1, 2014.
The KBA is looking for the best and brightest attorneys. Spotlight fellow attorneys with a nomination of a KBA Award. Learn more about the awards online at www.ksbar.org/awards. The deadline to submit nominations is Friday, April 4.
The KBA Solo and Small Firm and Law Practice Management sections will host the KBA Solo and Small Firm Conference May 9-10 in Manhattan at the Hilton Garden Inn Conference Center. The conference will feature Jim Calloway, law practice tips blog writer and co-author of American Bar Association books on law practice management, "How Good Lawyers Survive Bad Times" and "Winning Alternatives to the Billable Hour: Strategies That Work," 2nd and 3rd ed.
Topics for this conference will include: The Future of Law Practice, The Secrets of Client Satisfaction, Document Assembly, Alternative Billing, plus many other substantive topics. Register today at http://www.ksbar.org/event/2014SoloandSmall.
Now in its 15th year, Ethics for Good will be held June 20 at the Polsky Theatre, JCCC Carlsen Center, in Overland Park and June 26 at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Atkins Auditorium, in Kansas City, Mo. Register online for either the Overland Park or Kansas City programs.
The Kansas Lawyers Assistance Program will be presenting their 5th annual spring seminar on April 4, 2014, at the Ramada Inn in Topeka. This year’s event will include such topics as aging issues for attorneys, co-dependence, and attorney discipline as it relates to aging and impairments. As always, the KALAP Annual Seminar offers a FREE LUNCH and FREE CLE. This event is usually offered to KALAP volunteers, but this year it will be open to all Kansas attorneys; although space will be limited. Please contact Brynn or Sarah at (785) 368-8275 to register or for more information
Site Byte: KBA Staff Listing
Positions change, departments split or merge, and an organization may gain or lose staff members. The KBA is not immune to any of this. In fact, we've had all of that happen in the past few years. But most recently, the KBA has now direct phone lines for all staff, something that can be found in our staff listing online. There is an organizational chart and a page listing staff by department with their contact information. Please visit our staff listing to see how we've changed or to directly contact a staff member at www.ksbar.org/staff/.
Social Media for the Family Lawyer (and anyone else, for that matter). From Start to Finish: Ethics, Evidence, Investigation and Discovery
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Kansas Law Center, Topeka
Approved for 1.0 CLE credit hour, including 1.0 hour ethics and professionalism, in Kansas and Missouri. Register online at http://bit.ly/bbe_socialmedia.
Ronald W. (Ron) Nelson, Ronald W Nelson P.A., Shawnee Mission
This program will review social media from the start to the finish in family law practices (presented in a way open to any lawyer no matter the practice area). From the initial client interview, to the gathering of evidence and background information, discovery techniques, and trial evidence to general marketing and ethical considerations. Why is social media important? Who uses social media? How is it used by clients and professionals? What are the risks? What are the benefits? Where do you go to get information?
Friday, April 4, 2014
DoubleTree by Hilton, Overland Park
Approved for 7.0 CLE credit hourd, including 1.0 hour ethics and professionalism, in Kansas and Missouri. Register online at http://www.ksbar.org/event/2014_KBA_Bankruptcy.
Topics for this seminar include:
Sponsors for this program include: The Bar Plan, Case Moses Zimmerman P.A., Cloon Legal Services, Cricket Debt Counseling, Depew Law Firm, Fleeson Gooing Coulson & Kitch LLC, Gary E. Hinck P.A., Gay Riordan Fincher Munson & Sinclair P.A., Klenda Austerman LLC, Lentz Clark & Deines P.A., Mark J. Lazzo P.A., Redmond & Nazar LLP, Stevens & Brand LLP, Stumbo Hanson LLP, Topeka Area Bankruptcy Council Inc., Woner, Glenn, Reeder & Girard, P.A.
Disciplinary Case Update
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Kansas Law Center, Topeka
Approved for 1.0 CLE credit hour, including 1.0 hour ethics and professionalism, in Kansas and Missouri. Register online at http://bit.ly/bbe_disciplinary.
Kimberly Knoll, Office of Disciplinary Administrator, Topeka
This one-hour of ethics reviews the disciplinary cases handed down from the Kansas Supreme Court between March 1, 2013 and March 1, 2014.
Addressing Bad Behavior in Depositions
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Kansas Law Center, Topeka
Approved for 1.0 CLE credit hour, including 1.0 hour ethics and professionalism, in Kansas and Missouri. Register online at http://bit.ly/bbe_depositions.
Prof. Suzanne Valdez, University of Kansas School of Law, Lawrence
The accelerating decline in professionalism has been the subject of increasing concern to the law profession for many years. In particular, bad behavior in depositions has increased, and courts have reacted by imposing appropriate sanctions. This 1-hour ethics presentation will highlight cases involving bad behavior in depositions and the courts’ use of ethics rules and professionalism codes to address such bad behavior.
On Demand CLEs are previously recorded presentations that you can replay on your computer as streaming video files, accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Accompanying course reference materials are included in a downloadable PDF. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email that includes instructions, a link to course materials, and an access code to the streaming video. An access code and link to the certificate of completion/evaluation form will be available during the presentation. Try On Demand CLEs today!
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