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LOMAP Lunch & Learn: Ethics in Context for Practice
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Approved for 1.0 hour of CLE credit, including 1.0 hour of Ethics & Professionalism in Kansas and Missouri.

When: December 19, 2017
Registration and lunch provided at 11:30 AM.
Where: Kansas Law Center
1200 SW Harrison St.
Topeka 66612
United States
Contact: Nancy Burghart

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Approved for 1.0 hour of CLE credit, including 1.0 of Ethics & Professionalism in Kansas and Missouri.

LOMAP Lunch & Learn: Ethics in Context for Practice

Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Kansas Law Center, Topeka


11:30 A.M.   Check-in & Lunch Provided

12:00 P.M.   Ethics in Context for Practice
Sara Rust-Martin, Kansas Bar Association, Topeka
As solo and small firm practitioners, it is important to stay informed of ethical implications for our practice. In this presentation, attorneys will learn about the rule changes made by the ABA to rule 1.6 and discuss how that can impact their practice standards. Next, attorneys will learn about KRPC rules related to marketing their firms online and how to have an online presence within the scope of the professional rules. Also, attorneys will learn about ethical considerations for outsourcing parts of their practices as they want to focus more on the important part of client interaction. And, finally, attorneys will learn about maintaining the integrity of the profession through scenarios and rule discussion points.

12:50: Program Adjourns


Sara Rust-Martin is the Sections & Law Practice Management Services Attorney at the Kansas Bar Association. She is a graduate of Washburn University School of Law, the University of Kansas where she obtained a Masters in Social Welfare, and Pittsburg State University where she earned a Bachelor in Science degree majoring in social work. From 1995-2001, while earning her social work degrees, Sara worked in community mental health. In 2001, Sara joined the United States Peace Corps serving in Jamaica. Upon returning to the States, Sara directed a Substance Abuse Treatment Center in an urban setting before attending law school. After graduating, Sara joined the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence serving a long and successful career of nearly 10 years as the Legal and Policy Director. Sara is also an adjunct instructor at the University of Kansas in the School of Social Welfare where she focuses on issues of ethics, policy, resilience, and post-traumatic growth.


Program Registration:
KBA Members: $80
Nonmembers: $90
Paralegal: $45
Printed Materials (optional): $10