Hosted by Topeka Bar Association
Presenter is Hon. Norbert Marek, 2nd Judicial District
Friday, August 2, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Capitol Plaza Hotel, Emerald Ballroom (Hotel Side), Topeka, KS
All Kansas lawyers have probably heard of the Magna Carta and perhaps been taught that it is a foundational document for establishing English liberties under the common law. Very few probably know what the Magna Carta actually said or that provisions of it can be found in the laws of Kansas. Take a one-hour trip back to the year 1215 while you engage in a detailed review of the actual provisions of the Magna Carta that are the most important to Kansas judges and lawyers. Along the way you will compare Magna Carta to current Kansas law. Warning: Lawyers who attend this seminar might end up citing the 800-year-old Magna Carta in your next legal opinion or brief.
$20 - TBA members
$40 - Non-TBA members
Approved for 1.0 Hour of CLE Credit.
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