CLE On-Demand

KCMBA’s online video programs allow you to take part in CLE programs from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere you have internet access. Our programs can also be accessed on mobile devices.

Our on-demand video course catalog includes programs that have been presented live at an earlier date.

Please note: at some time during the program, there will be a verification code which will appear in a separate window. Take note of the code--you'll need to enter it following the program. You will also need to complete a survey when the program ends and type your name as your electronic signature. Failure to follow these steps will result in no record of credit for viewing the CLE. Once these steps are completed, KCMBA is tasked with sending confirmation of completion to the Kansas Continuing Legal Education Commission.
Lawyer Ethics and Data Security
Lawyer Ethics and Data Security
This program will cover the current threats with data security and the Rules of Professional Responsibility related to client confidentiality and data security (1.1, 1.6, 5.1, & 5.3). With that set-up, the program will review the realities of a reasonable information security program, followed by what counsel can do to get out in front of the issues.
Speaker: Peter Sloan, Information Governance Group, LLC
MO: 2.0 credits (Self-study, no ethics)
KS: 2.0 Ethics credits (Prerecorded, Distance Learning)
Nonmember price: 130.00
Member price: 100.00
130.00
To Appeal or Not to Appeal
To Appeal or Not to Appeal
This program covers the rules an attorney must follow when contemplating an appeal and provides general tips and a review of the intake process in an appellate case. Speakers: Susan Sonnenberg, Missouri Court of Appeals Western District and Jonathan Sternberg, Jonathan Sternberg, Attorney, P.C.
MO: 2.0 credits (Self-study, no ethics)
KS: 2.0, incl. 1.0 Ethics credits (Prerecorded, Distance Learning)
Nonmember price: 130.00
Member price: 100.00
130.00
Retaliation Litigation in The Employment Context
Retaliation Litigation in The Employment Context
This program provides an overview of retaliation claims before the EEOC, recent case law, sample jury instructions in retaliation claims and provides best practices to minimize EEOC charges and lawsuits.
Speakers: Ashley N. Harrison and William C. Martucci, Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.
MO: 1.5 credits (Self-study)
KS: No accreditation
Nonmember price: 95.00
Member price: 75.00
95.00
Copyright 101
Nuts and bolts of Copyright Law and Practice
Speaker: David Rein, Bruce Campbell Law Firm LLP
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study)
KS: 1.0 credit (Prerecorded, Distance Learning)
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Debtor's Rights Under Federal Law
Debtor's Rights Under Federal Law
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) is a federal law that controls the actions of collection agencies toward debtors. Many of these rules affect not only the statements that agencies make during the collections process but also the ways in which they interact with the debtor or third parties. You should be aware of your rights under the FDCPA so that you can hold a collector accountable for violating them. For example, you may be able to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), sue the collector for damages, or use its violation as a bargaining tool in negotiations. (The FDCPA does not apply to creditors but only to collection agencies, although state laws may protect debtors against creditors as well.) This program will review this and more.
Speaker: Mark D. Molner, Molner Law Group, LLC
MO: 1.0 credits (Self-study)
KS: 1.0 credit (Prerecorded, Distance Learning)
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
How to Lawyer in Juvenile Court
This program will provide the basic process of abuse and neglect cases, what to expect at each hearing, important rules and cases to know regarding court appointments/abuse and neglect cases (including how to withdraw from cases), and tips to making their experience smoother and more positive in the Circuit Court of Jackson County Family Court Division. The goal of the program is to provide attorneys the tools to be better prepared when receiving a first juvenile court appointment.
Speaker: Jennipher M.C. Hawkins, Family Court Division- Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri
MO: 1.5 credit (Self-study)
KS: No accreditation
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Cannabis 101
Cannabis 101
The Who, What, When, Where, Whys, and Hows of Amendment 2’s impact on Medical Marijuana in Missouri
This program provides an overview of the history of Prohibition, the basics on what cannabis is and the different products available for medical use now, and the basics on the law nationally but also locally (Schedule I classification, what that means, why it's not viable, and the conflict between local laws and federal laws).
Speaker: Aubrey Gann-Redmon, AGR Legal Services, LLC
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study)
KS: 1.0 credit (Prerecorded, Distance Learning)
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Avoiding Ethical Traps, Bar Complaints, & Legal Malpractice
Avoiding Ethical Traps, Bar Complaints, & Legal Malpractice
No lawyer wants a bar complaint or be sued for legal malpractice, but statistics show many who ended up in these bad situations got there unintentionally. “Ethical Traps, Bar Complaints & Legal Malpractice And How To Avoid them” will focus on dangerous factual scenarios lawyers should either avoid or handle carefully in keeping with the Rules of Professional Conduct and new rules regarding the handling of client files, client trust accounts and the expanding duty of due diligence.
Speaker: William Hopkins, Hopkins Mediation & Legal Services LLC
MO: 2.0 credits (Self-study, no ethics)
KS: 2.0 Ethics credits (Prerecorded, Distance Learning)
Nonmember price: 130.00
Member price: 100.00
130.00
Licensing 101
Licensing 101
Nuts and bolts of Licensing Law and Practice
Speaker: Elle Byram
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study)
KS: 1.0 credit (Prerecorded, Distance Learning)
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Introduction to Handling Missouri Municipal Traffic Cases
Introduction to Handling Missouri Municipal Traffic Cases
This program covers basic procedures for handling Missouri municipal traffic cases. It is for attorneys just starting out or those assisting friends and family members with traffic citations. You will learn how to read charge code information, how to tell if a conviction on a charge will be reported to the Department of Revenue (and what that means for your client) and how to effectively negotiate traffic tickets.
Speaker: Tracy Spradlin, The Gordon Law Firm LLC,
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study)
KS: No accreditation
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Successful Probate Practice - Top 20 Tips
Successful Probate Practice - Top 20 Tips
Experienced and New Probate Practitioners will receive practical guidance in navigating the Jackson County Probate Division and obtain an insider's view from the bench.
Speakers: Hon. Mark A. Styles, Jr., Comm. Scott R. Manuel and Comm. Jerri Zhang , 16th Judicial Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri Division 19
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study)
KS: No accreditation
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Patents 101
Nuts and bolts of Patent Law and Practice
Speaker: Arthur Shaffer, Intellectual Property Center, LLC
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study)
KS: No accreditation
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Data Security: Best Practices in the Covid Era and Beyond
Data Security: Best Practices in the Covid Era and Beyond
This program will provide guidance in best practices for attorneys and law firms in data privacy and security, identifying risks and providing safeguards and policies to put in place to protect and recover data.
Speakers: Callie Pippin Raitinger, Graves Garrett LLC
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study)
KS: 1.0 credit (Nontraditional)
65.00
Sexual Abuse: Representing Survivors in Civil Litigation
Sexual Abuse: Representing Survivors in Civil Litigation
The presentation will include an overview of civil representing survivors of sexual abuse. It will cover how to evaluate a civil sexual abuse claim, the different types of civil sexual abuse cases, how to utilize expert witnesses, and the difficulties in valuating these types of cases. Making claims that are within applicable insurance coverage is one of the more difficult parts of making civil sexual abuse claims.
Speakers: Ryan D. Frazier and P. Reed Martens, Monsees & Mayer, P.C.
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study)
KS: 1.0 credit (Nontraditional)
65.00

Please note: at some time during the program, there will be a verification code which will appear in a separate window. Take note of the code--you'll need to enter it following the program. You will also need to complete a survey when the program ends and type your name as your electronic signature. Failure to follow these steps will result in no record of credit for viewing the CLE. If you have any questions please contact us at (816) 474-4322 or committee@kcmba.org.