CLE On-Demand

KCMBA’s online video and audio 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. After completing the online course, claim a certificate of completion to provide to your appropriate bar for accreditation purposes.

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.
Avoiding Malpractice and Ethics Quiz - KS: 2.0 Ethics
Speaker: Christian A. Stiegemeyer
KS: 2.0 Ethics credits (Nontraditional)
Nonmember price: 130.00
Member price: 100.00
130.00
Copyright 101 - MO: 1.0
Nuts and bolts of Copyright Law and Practice
Speaker: Dave Rein
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study) KS-not accredited
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Criminal Law and Computer Forensics: A Primer - MO: 1.5
Evidence recovered from computers and cell phones can be confusing and challenging to understand. Police reports can contain unfamiliar terms and concepts. This program is designed to remove the confusion by defining commonly encountered terminology, explaining the computer forensics process and stepping through a sample computer forensics report. Included in the presentation is an explanation of peer-to-peer file sharing applications as well as a demonstration of image file metadata (date and location created).
Speaker: John Mallery
MO: 1.5 credits (Self-study) KS-1.5 credits (Nontraditional)
Nonmember price: 95.00
Member price: 75.00
95.00
Recurring & Emerging Professional Responsibility- KS: 2.0
The program will discuss various ethical issues that litigators commonly face, as well as some issues that have become more common relating to technology. Topics include: joint representation, using social media, emerging privilege issues, among others.
Speaker: Michael L. Matula
KS: 2.0 Ethics credits (Nontraditional)
Nonmember price: 130.00
Member price: 100.00
130.00
Licensing 101 - MO/KS: 1.0
Nuts and bolts of Licensing Law and Practice
Speaker: Elle Byram
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study) KS: 1.0 credit (Nontraditional)
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Patents 101 - MO: 1.0
Nuts and bolts of Patent Law and Practice
Speaker: Arthur Shaffer
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study) KS: No accreditation
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Environmental Issues in Real Estate Transactions- KS/MO 1.0
This seminar will highlight common environmental issues in real estate transactions and strategies for working through issues. Strategies will be offered from both a buyer and a seller perspective. Discussion will cover all stages of a transaction, from site to selection, due diligence, financing to close.
Speaker: Adam Troutwine
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study) KS: 1.0 credit (Nontraditional)
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
The Basics of a Juvenile Court Appointment - MO: 1.0
Come learn the basic process and procedures of a juvenile court appointment in Jackson County. Delinquency, abuse and neglect cases and termination of parental rights will be covered.
Speakers: Comm. William R. Jackson, III and Megan C. Roth
MO: 1.0 credit (Self-study) KS: No accreditation
Nonmember price: 65.00
Member price: 50.00
65.00
Fair Use Follies and Pointed Process - MO: 3.0
Courts busied themselves in 2014 by issuing a slew of opinions designed to make our lives as practitioners easier: the procedural clarification and new opinions abound! And any fan of British humour will be excited to learn about the EU's new guidance on fair use, not to mention the newly-brewing fair use standoff in the United States. This class will focus on the 20 "best" (read: most interesting to the author) trademark, copyright and trade secret cases from 2014, with summaries of each case and its holdings, and discussion of what these opinions mean for both trademark and copyright jurisprudence but also our day to day practice.
Speaker: Rebecca Stroder
MO: 3.0 credits (Self-study) KS: No accreditation
Nonmember price: 195.00
Member price: 150.00
195.00
Jackson County Probate Policies and Procedures - MO: 1.5
Come out and meet the newest Jackson County Probate Commissioners as they provide a refresher course on the policies and procedures of the Probate Court. In addition, they will give a presentation on the new electronic settlement form which has been created to help simplify the filing of annual and final settlements, followed by a question and answer period. Paralegals and legal assistants are welcome.
Speakers: Comm. Scott R. Manuel and Comm. Mark A. Styles, Jr.
MO: 1.5 credits (Self-study) KS: No accreditation
Nonmember price: 95.00
Member price: 75.00
95.00
Social Networking & Cell Phone Evidence
Developed with an audience of litigators, corporate counsel, labor and employment attorneys and litigation support professionals in mind, this presentation will discuss the types of evidence that can be identified, what steps are necessary to recover this data, and the types of cases where they can be useful. Cell phone analysis will be demonstrated and the challenges of cell phone forensics will be discussed.
Speaker: John Mallery
MO: 1.5 credit (Self-study) KS: 1.5 credit (Nontraditional)
Nonmember price: 95.00
Member price: 75.00
95.00
Personal Injury: Preliminary Matters/Insurance Coverage
This seminar covers case intake, evidence gathering and preservation, and witness interviews. It also discusses insurance coverage, including uninsured, underinsured, and policy stacking.
Speakers: Brett Burmeister, Nikki Cannezzaro and Willliam Turley
MO: 2.0 credit (Self-study) KS: 2.0 credit (Nontraditional)
Nonmember price: 130.00
Member price: 100.00
130.00
To Appeal or Not to Appeal KS/MO
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 and Jonathan Sternberg
KS: 2.0, 1.0 Ethics credits (Nontraditional)
Nonmember price: 130.00
Member price: 100.00
130.00

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 Kim Elrod at 816-474-4322 or kelrod@kcmba.org.