Life of a Lawyer: Contunuing Education

Lawyers Learning

It’s 8:05 on a muggy Friday morning in Kansas City but I am well ensconced in an air conditioned conference room. Every year, I am required to obtain fifteen hours (Missouri) and twelve hours (Kansas) worth of continuing legal education (CLE). These courses are offered through out the year but not surprisingly there is a huge influx of classes offered in June (June 30 is the last date to get your classes done). I generally sign up for UMKC end of the year because for $350, they offer several opportunities to get in the classes at different locations and are certified for both Kansas and Missouri.

I am attending the Review of the Law today which covers thirteen areas of law (family, criminal, labor, private, DUI, workers comp, Immigration) plus three sessions on ethics. It’s always interesting to hear about these areas of law and what has changed from law school and the previous years.

A lawyer can also get credit for CLE for preparing and presenting at these events.

So know you know.

Aimee Gromowsky

Kansas City Traffic Lawyer

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Aimee Gromowsky

Aimee Gromowsky is formerly an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Jackson County and currently a private practice lawyer. Ms. Gromowsky handles thousands of cases in Kansas City, Missouri area courts and was honored with a “Best in Bar” award in 2007 and 2008 from the Kansas City Business Journal. As a Kansas City traffic lawyer, Aimee is determined to represent you in your case by providing exceptional legal counsel and service.