Thank you again for attending a 2020 The Bar Plan Foundation seminar.
The handouts for any of our presentations can be downloaded below.
The Bar Plan 9-Hour Webinar, June 26, 2020
- 9-Hour Webinar Agenda and Speaker Bios, Missouri Attendance Form, and Kansas Attendance Credit Form
- Starting Your Own Practice
- Basic Estate Planning
- 2020 Business Immigration Update – Policy Changes and Enforcement
- Mediating in 2020
- Understanding Unconscious Bias
- Conversation with Chief Disciplinary Counsel – Current Ethics Trends and Case Decisions
- Resilient Lawyers – Finding Your Footing in Shifting Sands
- 2019 Changes to Missouri’s Discovery Rules
- 10 Red Flags – What to Watch for When Reviewing Investments as Fiduciary
Now that you’ve attended our programs, we wanted to remind you about claiming credit for them:
Pursuant to a Supreme Court of Missouri order effective March 23, 2020, the reporting year for 2019-2020 will be for the 15 months between July 1, 2019, and Sept. 30, 2020. Any extra credit hours earned during the 2019-2020 reporting year may be carried over as prescribed in Regulation 15.05.5. The reporting deadline for the 2019-2020 reporting year is now extended until Oct. 31, 2020.
In Missouri attorneys are required to submit their Missouri credit hours themselves at the mobar.org site. You will need your Username and Password to access your account. Once logged-in to your account at the Reporting Main Menu page navigate to Report Program Attendance Credit page. On that page click in the “Sponsor” box, enter “the bar plan foundation”, scroll down and click on the “Search” box. You do not need to enter data in any of the other fields. All of our programming will appear at the bottom of the page and you can select the programs you attended to enter your credit hours.
The Kansas Supreme Court modified continuing legal education attendance and reporting deadlines, and temporarily waived the limitation on prerecorded programming through September 30, 2020. Providers are still required to electronically report the attendance for distance learning programs. Applications and certificates will not be accepted from the attorney. The deadline for attendance remains June 30 but, for those who cannot meet that requirement, there is an automatic extension without penalty through September 30. Please note, per this order, ALL attendance in Kansas must be reported by September 30 to qualify for the 2019 – 20 compliance period. Please plan your attendance accordingly so that it may be reported before the deadline.
Kansas requires the provider (that’s us) to submit attendees’ credit hours. All credit hours submission requests received to date have been entered. If you review your account at the Kansas CLE Commission website (www.kscle.org) and do not see credit listed for a program you attended please contact us immediately at www.ksclecredit.com and provide Your Name, Bar Number, Date of the Program you attended and the Number of Hours you are claiming. We will review our records, confirm your attendance and enter the request. If there are any discrepancies in your attendance records we will follow-up with your to get them resolved.
If you need additional CLE hours for the 2019-2020 CLE season or would like to build up your carryover credit hours please continue to visit us www.thebarplan.com for future programs, or keep a close eye on your email inbox for announcements. All of our CLE programming will continue to be offered at no charge through the end of the 2019-2020 CLE season.
Thank you again for attending a 2020 The Bar Plan Foundation seminar. We look forward to seeing you at next year’s CLE programs!