WYANDOTTE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
Annual Community Service Project
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17TH FROM 10 AM TO 12 PM
Please join us in showing the Wyandotte Bar
Association members’ charitable spirit
by lending a hand to Harvesters
JOHNSON COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION/JOHNSON COUNTY BAR FOUNDATION
The Johnson County Bar Association (JCBA) is seeking a qualified individual for the position of Executive Director. The JCBA is a 1500 member professional organization with its office located in Olathe, Kansas. The Executive Director serves at the pleasure of the Board of Directors of the JCBA, is a prominent representative of the organization, and is responsible for the day to day operations of the organization. The Executive Director also supports the Johnson County Bar Foundation (JCBF), the charitable arm of the JCBA, by overseeing the overall management, coordination and administration of the Foundation.
Public interest law firm seeks Kansas and Missouri licensed attorney to work full-time in our medical legal program. Some travel is involved. Spanish bilingual a must.
Paid employee benefits include: health, dental, life, disability, malpractice insurance, bar dues, CLE and paid parking.
Send resume and writing sample to:
Kansas Legal Services
400 State Avenue Suite 1015
Kansas City, KS 66101
For more information see website: www.kansaslegalservices.org.
EEO & Affirmative Action Employer
TOPEKA—The Kansas Supreme Court announced today that it has a project underway to expand attorneys’ use of electronic filing in the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals with the intent that it will become mandatory effective November 2, 2015.
“This is an important step toward more modern courts that allow attorneys to electronically file their documents from anywhere, saving them both time and money,” said Lawton R. Nuss, chief justice of the Kansas Supreme Court. “In our experience, many attorneys who bring cases to the appellate courts are open to using electronic filing, especially when they discover how easy it is.”
The late George W. Haley was honored in a special presentation of the Legend of The Bar by Kansas Senator, David Haley at the May 20, 2015 Dinner Meeting and Program.
Haley died on May 13, 2015, aged 89.
The Wyandotte County Bar Foundation is proud to announce that it will sponsor two candidates to attend the up-coming Leadership 2000 class.
Candidates may be attorneys, courthouse personnel or anyone who is involved in the administration of justice in Wyandotte County.
For information about Leadership 2000 and an application for this year's class, go to www.leadershipwyco.com.
To apply for a Bar Foundation sponsorship, please contact Denise Tomasic, 913-371-5750, or Ruth Benien, 913-621-7100.
The WyCoBar.com Directory is limited to good-standing members of the Wyandotte County Bar Association.
PROFILE: Each member must have a profile. The profile contains your username, password and a valid email address for notices and newsletters.
LISTING: Each member can also optionally have one listing in our member directory. The directory can be viewed by members AND the general public to find an attorney.