UMKC CLE is hosting its annual “The Time Is Now!” series lineup. The deadline to meet CLE credits is approaching fast, and UMKC CLE is offering multiple programs to meet the end-of-year needs for lawyers in Missouri and Kansas. Each hour is $45 with a $345 max fee that pays for as many hours as you would like to obtain. Don’t miss the programs this week in Overland Park and at the School of Law!
Each year, UMKC CLE revamps the “The Time Is Now” to present programs and speakers that are the best of the best. UMKC CLE is offering “15-Hour Review of the Law,” “Kansas 8+4 Review of the Law,” “Hot Topics in Ethics,” and “Hot Topics in Law and Practice.”
This past Friday, UMKC CLE offered its first “15-Hour Review of the Law” in Kansas City and St. Louis and will be offering it again on Friday, June 30 at the Sheraton Crown Center in Kansas City and at the Clayton Plaza Hotel in Clayton, Mo. The programs feature speakers from all walks: from judges to big and small firm attorneys.
This week, on Wednesday, June 21, CLE will offer “Kansas 8+4 Review of the Law” in Overland Park at the Convention Center and again on Thursday, June 29. “Hot Topics in Ethics” will also be held at the School of Law in the E.E. Thompson Courtroom on Thursday, June 22, with a replay via webcast later in the day, and “Hot Topics in Law and Practice” will be hosted at in the Courtroom on Friday, June 23. The Law and Practice sessions will be offered via webcast.
To view the schedule for each program, learn about the credit hours, or register, you can visit the CLE “The Time Is Now” webpage here.
You can also register directly here.
There will also be no penalty for walk-ins.