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Return to Green 2016 Schedule

Friday, April 22, 2016 | 9:25 am - 3:30 pm
Stinson Leonard Street LLP Lecture Hall | 104 Green Hall

We invite you to "Return to Green" for the 9th annual spring CLE. Presenters will cover a variety of topics, including Supreme Court updates, remaining legal hurdles for the LGBTQ community, immigration law, and ethics issues.

CLE Credit
5 hours of CLE credit, including 2 hours of ethics, are approved for Kansas and Missouri. Downloadable materials for review and printing are available below. Materials will not be available the day of the CLE in a paper version. All materials must be accessed electronically.

Cancellation Policy
All cancellations received 3 business days prior to the program will be refunded 100 percent. No refunds will be allowed after that time.

We accommodate persons with disabilities. Please submit your request no later than April 8 to cmai@ku.edu or 785-864-9208 TTY: 711.

Contact Crystal Mai at cmai@ku.edu or 785-864-9208.

9:25-9:30 Dean's Welcome
Dean Stephen Mazza
9:30-10:20 Top 10 Immigration Issues of 2016 (PDF)
Leyla McMullen, L'99, Business Immigration Attorney, The Mdivani Law Firm
10:30-11:20 Beyond Obergefell: The Remaining Legal Hurdles for the LGBTQ Community (PDF)
Kimberly A. Jones, L'94, Managing Partner, Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris LLC
11:30-12:20 Supreme Court Update (PDF)
Stephen McAllister, L'88, E.S. & Tom W. Hampton Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Kansas
Toby J. Crouse, L'00, Partner, Foulston Siefkin LLP
12:30-1:30 Lunch (Box lunches at Green Hall)
1:40-2:30 How Does Resiliency Relate to Ethics? (PDF) | ethics credit
Anne McDonald, Executive Director, Kansas Lawyers Assistance Program
2:40-3:30 The Anatomy of a Complaint (PDF) | ethics credit
Stanton A. Hazlett, Disciplinary Administrator, Kansas Disciplinary Administrator's Office
Register for the 2016 Return to Green CLE
See the Return to Green CLE schedule

Crystal Mai
Associate Dean for Administration

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