CLE: Understanding Our Hidden Brain, presented by Dean Carla Pratt, Dean and Professor of Law, Washburn University School of Law
Please visit https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html to take some tests on implicit bias ahead of the presentation.
11:00-12:50 Open Bar
Penny Moylan, Deputy Disciplinary Administrator
This presentation will examine the use of alcohol at social functions, and its correlation to lawyers' social, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
12:10-1:00 The Impact of Digital Devices on Attorney Well-Being
Danielle Hall, Deputy Disciplinary Administrator
With technology ever present in our professional and personal lives, knowing when to unplug and refresh is vital. Digital addiction is a real thing and can lead to a whole host of problems, including potential ethical violations. During this session we will discuss how detaching can increase your productivity and overall well-being, as well as offer strategies for unplugging.
Costs are $30 for Inn Members and $60 for Non-Members. All are Welcome.
March Meeting of the Judge Hugh Means Inn of Court
5:30 - 6:00 Cocktails
6:00 - 8:00 Dinner and Meeting
RSVPS CAN NO LONGER BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS EVENT AND THE MEAL COUNT HAS BEEN SUBMITTED TO SIX MILE. WHILE SOME ADDITIONAL MEALS MAY BE AVAILABLE, THEY CANNOT BE GUARANTEED.
Join us for an extra special ethics CLE at the Douglas County Judicial Center, where a representative from the Office for Attorney Discipline will present on current concerns for Kansas lawyers. Following this presentation, participants will engage with a moderated panel of district court judges.
Costs for this event are NOT included in the annual dues for Inn members. In order to receive CLE credit, Inn Members will need to pay $25 and non-members will need to pay $55. Checks should be made out to the Judge Hugh Means Inn of Court.