New Officers elected for the 2017-18 year.Read More
News and Announcements
The Douglas County Bar Association held its annual election on Thursday, March 3. Congratulations to the following officers, who will assume their duties April 1, 2016:
President: Branden Smith
Vice-President: Anne Hall
Secretary: Terence Leibold
Treasurer: Dakota Loomis
Young Lawyers Section President: Chris Coleman
Young Lawyers Section Treasurer: Clay Randle
A big thanks goes to our outgoing president, Sarah Warner, and to Rick Hird, who will be rolling off the Board of Directors at the end of March after almost a decade of service to the DCBA.Read More
As you probably noticed if you are reading this site, the DCBA has a new website! The new web address is www.dgcoksbar.org. Please explore the new website and give us your feedback.
The website has a number of new features, including the ability to click on any Event under "Calendar," view the date and time, and add the event to your Google or iOS calendar. You can also fill out membership forms and pay your dues online!
To that end, make sure that you have filled out a renewal form on the new site and have paid your 2016 DCBA membership dues. To join or to renew your membership or to update your information, fill out the online membership form at the DCBA website, submit it, and pay your dues online. Or you can print and mail your membership form (once submitted) with your $75.00 check payable to “Douglas County Bar Association," P.O. Box 1966, Lawrence, KS 66044.
If you have any questions, comments, or other feedback, please don't hesitate to contact DCBA President Sarah Warner email@example.com.
The DCBA Winter Party is Thursday, December 10, 2015 at Maceli's. Details to be announced as they become available. There will be assorted heavy hors d’oeuvres and a hosted bar. Music will be provided by the Free State High School Orchastra Ensemble. The cost is $20.00 per person.
Note: The December 3 monthly social is cancelled and replaced by the party.Read More
The Kansas Supreme Court has launched its eCourt project, which will focus on merging electronic document filing with a centralized case management system. More than half of the state's judicial districts use electronic filing and the 7th judicial district in Douglas County requires it. Electronic filing in the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals will be mandatory starting November 2.Read More