A Manhattan woman has been appointed by the Kansas Supreme to the state’s Continuing Legal Education Board for the next three years.
Tracey Lee’s term began July 1 and ends June 30, 2023. The board oversees continuing legal education requirements for lawyers licensed to practice in Kansas. Attorneys must earn a minimum of 12 credit hours each year.
In addition to being a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law, Lee is also the pre-law advisor at Kansas State University.
She succeeds David Moses, a Wichita lawyer who served on the board since 2014.
Other members of the board are:
- Jennifer Cocking, chair, vice president and associate general counsel for Capitol Federal Savings Bank, Topeka;
- Aida Alaka, law professor at Washburn University School of Law, Topeka;
- Joslyn Kusiak, a lawyer at Kelly & Kusiak Law Office in Independence;
- Susan Norton, director of adult learning at Wichita State University;
- Charles Peckham, a lawyer at Brown, Creighton & Peckham in Atwood;
- Meredith Schnug, associate director of the Legal Aid Clinic at the University of Kansas School of Law, Lawrence;
- Megan Walawender, senior associate general counsel at the University of Kansas; and
- District Judge Wendel Wurst, who serves in the 25th Judicial District, composed of Finney, Greeley, Hamilton, Kearny, Scott, and Wichita counties.
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