Friday, June 23, 2017

PETERS HALL OF SCIENCE; ROOM #201

KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
100 East Clafin Avenue; Salina, Kansas

DAUBERT, DIVORCE, & KANSAS AS PARENT

HOW THE DAUBERT STANDARD AFFECTS EVIDENCE COLLECTION IN CHILD RELATED LEGAL PROCEDINGS

 Seven hours of CLE/CEU presentations. Professionals seeking continuing education credit register for the day ($80.00), for three hours of theory in the morning ($50.00), or for four hours of practice in the afternoon ($60.00). Members of the public register for the day ($10.00). Onsite registration will be available for professionals seeking CLE/CEU credits (day--$90.00; morning--$60.00; afternoon--$70.00), and for the public ($10.00).

Professionals not seeking continuing education credit but wish to attend may use the public button, and register at the public price ($10.00). Registration fees include extensive educational handout. This event is designed for audiences composed of attorneys, health professionals, and the public.

Developed by

Institute for Kansas Forensic Examiners

School of Social Work at Fort Hays State University

Tisha S. Morrical, J.D. 

Presented and Sponsored by

Hampton & Royce Law Firm

Kansas Weslyan University

Saline-Ottawa Bar Association




Continuing Education Promoting Collaborative Forensics

You may register for any upcoming seminar via our secure PayPal system, or you may register by mail with a check. Please  contact us (913-302-6176) if your prefer to register with a check.

Our Continuing Education Presentations always focus on matters of mutual concern for attorneys and mental health professionals in Kansas. Content is adapted to the needs and the issues before the local communities. All presenters have advanced experience and practical knowledge of forensic practice, and are drawn from the pool of senior Kansas licensed professionals familiar with both the geographic and the subject areas. The Institute finds topics for future presentations by monitoring court activity and Kansas news.  

MONDAY, JULY 17, 2017

PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

KANSAS CITY KANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

7250 State Avenue, Kansas City, KANSAS

DAUBERT, DIVORCE, & KANSAS AS PARENT
HOW THE DAUBERT STANDARD AFFECTS EVIDENCE COLLECTION IN CHILD RELATED LEGAL PROCEDINGS
 
Seven hours of CLE/CEU presentations. Professionals seeking continuing educationcredit register for the day ($80.00), for three hours of theory in the morning ($50.00), or for four hours of practice in the afternoon ($60.00). Members of the public register for the day ($10.00). Onsite registration will be available for professionals seeking CLE/CEU credits (day--$90.00; morning--$60.00; afternoon--$70.00), and for the public ($10.00).

Professionals not seeking continuing education credit but wish to attend may use the public button, and register at the public price ($10.00). Registration fees include extensive educational handout. This event is designed for audiences composed of attorneys, health professionals, and the public.

Developed by

Institute for Kansas Forensic Examiners

School of Social Work at Fort Hays State University

Sponsored and Presented by

Cross Law Firm

Kansas City Kansas Community College

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PAST SEMINARS

March 15, 2013           Gregg Evaluations & Expert Evidence      Lawrence, Kansas

              In Cooperation with the Douglas County Bar Association


April 13, 2013             Defending the Mentally Ill                         Topeka, Kansas

           In Cooperation with the Kansas Bar Association


October 3, 2014           From Frye to Daubert                                Lawrence, Kansas

           In Cooperation with the Kansas University School of Law


February 19, 2016       Child Custody Evaluations                         Overland Park, Kansas

           In Cooperation with Johnson County Community College


May 7, 2016                Child in Need of Care and Sex Crimes       Hays, Kansas

           In Cooperation with the Ellis County Bar Association and the School of  Social Work at Fort Hays State University


 November 18, 2016    Kansas Law and Mental Health Forensics  Wichita, Kansas

               In Cooperation with the Schools of Social Work at Fort Hays State University and at Newman University