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2018 KBA Young Lawyers Sporting KC Event
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Approved for 1.0 hour CLE credit in Kansas and Missouri.

5/5/2018
When: Saturday, May 5, 2018
5:00 PM
Where: Children's Mercy Park
1 Sporting Way
Kansas City, Kansas  66111
United States
Contact: Leslie Daugharthy
785-861-8837


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Join the KBA's Young Lawyers Section for an evening of CLE, socializing, and soccer.

Saturday, May 5, 2018

 

Event Agenda:

5:00 PM • CLE check-in begins in the Ivy Investments Space 
 

5:30 PM • Enhancing Justice, Reducing Bias CLE
Honorable Karen Arnold-Burger
This program will introduce lawyers to the most recent research on the issue of implicit bias.  The first half of the presentation will be spent talking about how our brain processes information and how researchers have determined implicit bias exists.  The second half will address how implicit bias is currently being discussed in several areas of law from criminal-prosecution and defense, to employment law, health care law, and property law to name a few. 

CLE approved for 1.0 hour CLE credit in Kansas and Missouri.


6:20 PM •
All ticket holders meet in the Bud Light Landing. Bud Light Landing tickets are all-inclusive for food and beverages*.

7:30 PM • Match against Colorado Rapids begins

 

*Tickets will be e-mailed to attendees on May 1, 2018 

 

Presenter:

Honorable Karen Arnold-Burger
Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals

Judge Karen Arnold-Burger became a member of the Kansas Court of Appeals in February 2011 and was appointed Chief Judge in 2017.  She has presented programs throughout her career to judges, lawyers and community groups around the state and the country on a wide range of topics. In 2016 the National Judicial College presented her with the Payant Award for excellence in teaching. Also in 2016, the Kansas  Bar Association honored her with its highest award, the Distinguished Service Award for exemplary service to the legal profession.  She is a 4th generation Kansan and a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Law.