LAWRENCE — University of Kansas School of Law faculty members and alumni will review the latest developments in a wide range of practice areas during the 33rd annual “Recent Developments in the Law” seminar May 22-23.
The seminar will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 22 and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 23 at Green Hall on the KU Lawrence campus. Topics include consumer law, global privacy, energy law, civil procedure, legal writing, family law and more.
The seminar was created by former Dean Michael Davis in 1986.
“I wanted to better connect KU Law faculty and students with Kansas lawyers by expanding our participation in CLE,” Davis said. “I worked with KU Professional & Continuing Education to have a spring program at the school given entirely by our faculty.”
Speakers will include the following experts:
- Elizabeth Cateforis, clinical professor; supervising attorney, Project for Innocence & Post-Conviction Remedies
- Laura Clark Fey, principal, Fey LLC
- Melanie DeRousse, clinical associate professor; director, Douglas County Legal Aid
- John Head, Robert W. Wagstaff Distinguished Professor
- Michael Hoeflich, John H. & John M. Kane Distinguished Professor of Law
- Pamela Keller, clinical professor; Lawyering Skills director
- Judge Steve Leben, Kansas Court of Appeals; adjunct professor
- Richard Levy, J.B. Smith Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law
- Andrew Muller, partner, Stinson LLP; adjunct professor
- Lumen Mulligan, associate dean, faculty; professor of law
- Uma Outka, professor of law
- John Peck, Connell Teaching Professor of Law
- Joe Schremmer, Depew Gillen Rathbun & McInteer LC; adjunct professor
- Suzanne Valdez, clinical professor of law; director, Criminal Prosecution Field Placement Program
- Kyle Velte, associate professor of law.
The event website provides a complete schedule for the seminar and registration details. Registration fees are offered at a discounted rate until May 14.
Fifteen hours of CLE credit, including two hours of ethics, will be available for legal professionals in Kansas and Missouri.