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2022 20th Annual Bernard Edelman DWI Law & Science Seminar


Total Credits: 17.0 MCLE, 2.0 Ethics, 1.0 Elimination of Bias, 16.0 Kansas Credit, 2.0 Kansas Ethics


Dates


Description

Since 2002, the Bernard Edelman DWI Law & Science Seminar has brought together nationally recognized lawyers, speakers, and authors to help Missouri lawyers better serve their clients. Offering something for everyone, this seminar covers everything from the basics essential to achieve victory in your first DWI case to the advanced techniques and case law updates necessary to keep veteran practitioners at the top of their game.

Designed with your entire firm in mind, this seminar has the training needed to ensure paralegals, new lawyers, and advanced practitioners practice with the skills needed to be on the cutting edge of DWI defense.

Co-hosted by The Missouri Bar and the Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, this seminar is your first and best opportunity to learn from experts in the fields of science and the law.

Kim Benjamin 
Conference Chair 
Benjamin Law Firm

Speaker


Tory Bernsen's Profile

Tory Bernsen Related seminars and products

Muhlenkamp & Bernsen


Tory Bernsen is a partner at Muhlenkamp & Bernsen and focuses her practice on criminal defense and appellate advocacy. Ms. Bernsen is a Criminal Justice Act Panel Attorney for the United States District Court in the Eastern District of Missouri and the defense attorney for the DWI Court Program in St. Louis County. She sits on the Board of Directors for the Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (MACDL).  

Ms. Bernsen received the Atticus Finch Award from MACDL in 2019 and is a staunch advocate for appellate review on the merits and effective representation of criminal defendants. Ms. Bernsen is a member of the National College for DUI Defense and, while serving as Special Assistant Attorney General and Legal Counsel to the Director of Revenue, she completed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) course in the administration of standardized field sobriety testing.  


Scott Bokal's Profile

Scott Bokal Related seminars and products


Scott Bokal is with J.B. Hammer Digital Forensics.  His focus is on computer, mobile device, cloud, social media, OSINT framework, vehicle & cloud-based data.  His certifications include Computer Examiner & International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners, Magnet Forensics Certified Examiner, Research Electronics, Technical Surveillance Countermeasures and Berla iVe Vehicle Forensics Certified.  Scott is an Adjunct Professor at Maryville University teaching Cybersecurity and at the University of Missouri – St. Louis.


Thomas Chapman's Profile

Thomas Chapman Related seminars and products

Honorable

Livingston County Circuit Court


A native of Chillicothe, Missouri, Judge Chapman earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Westminster College, where he majored in political science and graduated as Valedictorian in 1988. Judge Chapman received his J.D. at the University of Virginia School of Law in May 1991; and received his Master of Laws, Taxation, from U.M.K.C. School of Law in 1995. During law school, he 

was a member of Phi Delta Phi and was an editorial board member of The Journal of Law & Politics. After graduating from law school, Judge Chapman practiced law in Chillicothe for 19 years before being elected in 2010 as circuit judge for the 43rd Judicial Circuit, Division 1. He was reelected in 2012, and then served as the 43rd Circuit Presiding Judge through 2018. In 2018, he was appointed by Governor Michael Parson to the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, and was retained in that position in 2020.

Judge Chapman is a past member of the Missouri Circuit Judge Association, and a current member of the Livingston County Bar Association, the Missouri Bar, and the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association. He also serves as a member of the Chillicothe Rotary Club, and the Chillicothe Elks Lodge 656, among many others. Judge Chapman and his wife, Lindy, continue to reside in Chillicothe, Missouri. Their eldest daughter, Claire Chapman, is a Second Lieutenant in the Air Force and is currently enrolled in medical school at the University of Missouri. Their son, Wagner Chapman, is a product developer at Amazon and resides in Seattle, Washington. Their youngest, Callaway Chapman, is a sophomore at Miami University of Oxford, Ohio.



Benjamin Faber's Profile

Benjamin Faber Related seminars and products

Faber Law Firm


Benjamin Faber received his B.A. in History from the University of Missouri in 2010, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri in 2013.  He is a member of National College for DUI Defense; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; the Missouri Bar; Integrated Behavioral Health Clinic, Advisory Board Member 2016-Present; Boone County Veterans' Treatment Court, Staff Criminal Defense Attorney 2015-Present.



Zel Fischer's Profile

Zel Fischer Related seminars and products

Honorable

The Supreme Court of Missouri


Judge Zel Fischer was born in Hamburg, Iowa and grew up in the small town  of Watson, Missouri. He was educated in Rock Port public schools, and attended William Jewell College, in Liberty, MO.  He went on to graduate from the University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Law with distinction in 1988. 

Judge Fischer was admitted to The Missouri Bar in 1988 and served one year  as law clerk for the Honorable Andrew Jackson Higgins of the Supreme Court of Missouri.  From there, he practiced law in Kansas City, engaged in a solo law  practice in northwest Missouri, and in November 2006, he was elected associate circuit judge for Atchison County. Judge Fischer served in that capacity until his appointment to the Supreme Court of Missouri in October 2008. He served as chief justice from July 2017–June 2019, receiving the Theodore McMillian Judicial Excellence Award from the Missouri Bar in 2019. 

Judge Fischer is the President of The National Courts and Science Institute (NCSI), which is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to training judges in science, and also serves as a member on the National Advisory Board for the University of North Carolina Bryson Center for Judicial Science Education.

Judge Fischer is an active member of his church and community. 

Judge Fischer has been married to Julie Fischer, his wife of 36 years. They have four children, and four grandchildren.

 


Matthew Fry's Profile

Matthew Fry Related seminars and products

Rosenblum, Schwartz, and Fry, P.C.


Matt Fry is one of Missouri’s top DWI attorneys. He has successfully defended every type of DWI case, including assault, manslaughter, and felony murder. There is no DWI fact pattern Matt has not seen. Outside of DWI offense, Matt is passionate about teaching Trial Advocacy II at SLU Law and running his non-profit, St. Louis Impact.


Stephen Grafelman's Profile

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Missouri DWI & Criminal Law Center at the Benjamin Law Firm, LLC


Stephen chose to become a criminal defense attorney because he enjoys protecting the rights of others and helping those who cannot help themselves. Stephen has been practicing law since 2017, with most of that time having a concentration on criminal defense.

Born and raised in Kansas City, Stephen has a stake in the community and cares for the people in it. After attending law school at Washburn University, he worked for a boutique criminal defense firm for a year before being hired as Legal Counsel for the Missouri Department of Revenue. While at the Department of Revenue, Stephen handled hundreds of bench trials related to the driver’s license issues that resulted after a DWI arrest.

After leaving the Department of Revenue, his focus has been solely on criminal defense where he puts his knowledge gleaned from his time at the Department of Revenue to work for his clients. This unique perspective on DWI law and a reverence for the rights of others is what makes him good at what he does. Working for the Missouri DWI & Criminal Law Center allows Stephen to pursue his passion and protect the valuable rights of others.

The Missouri DWI & Criminal Law Center is where clients can get representation not possible with other firms. With other firms, attorneys are not often concerned with pursuing every aspect of a case. Mounting the best defense possible for clients is a priority and what Stephen enjoys most about working here. Our firm is determined, energetic and passionate about giving our clients the best representation possible.

Outside of the law, Stephen enjoys spending time with his family at Table Rock Lake, training his dog Jack-Jack, and Chiefs football.

 


Daniel Haus's Profile

Daniel Haus Related seminars and products

Haus Law Firm, LLC


Dan Haus is owner of the Haus Law Firm. He is a former law enforcement officer and former counsel for the Kansas City Police Department. His current practice focuses on probate, personal injury, DWI defense and general counsel to law enforcement agencies.


Steven Hernandez's Profile

Steven Hernandez Related seminars and products


Steven W. Hernandez practices DWI Defense, exclusively in New Jersey. He is Board Certified in DUI Defense by the NCDD and Certified by the NJ Supreme Court as a Municipal Court Trial Attorney. He is representing the NCDD as Amicus in the DRE challenge before the NJ Supreme Court.


Theodore Hoefle's Profile

Theodore Hoefle Related seminars and products

Hoefle Law, LLC


T.R. Hoefle is an attorney with Hoefle Law in Belton, Missouri. Most of his practice is Business Formation, Civil Litigation, traffic and DWI. Practicing since 2004 his firm concentrates on a personal and compassionate approach to each client's unique needs. He has also taught paralegals for Grantham for 9 years.

 


Travis Jones's Profile

Travis Jones Related seminars and products

TBJ, LLC


Travis Jones has been an instructor in the law enforcement field for the last 22 years. He has taught in DWI Enforcement and traffic safety related topics. He received a bachelor’s degree and Master of Science degree from Lindenwood University.  He is a court recognized expert in the field of drug impairment, alcohol impairment, breath testing for alcohol, radar, and accident reconstruction. Travis is currently the owner of TBJ LLC which conducts training, case reviews, and expert testimony.


Travis Noble's Profile

Travis Noble Related seminars and products

Travis Noble, PC


Travis Noble concentrates in the areas of DWI, federal and state drug charges and other felonies. He served as a police officer from 1985 until 1990 and a narcotics agent from 1990 until 1995. He has instructed in the areas of Narcotics Investigations, Forensics, Criminal Investigations, Police K-9, Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and DWI Investigations. As a result of ten years in law enforcement, he brings a unique outlook and background in the defense of persons charged with crimes. In addition to trying cases throughout the State of Missouri, he has represented defendants in both federal and state courts throughout the United States.


Janis Puracal's Profile

Janis Puracal Related seminars and products

Forensic Justice Project


Janis C. Puracal is the Executive Director of the Forensic Justice Project. Ms. Puracal became devoted to innocence work after her brother was wrongfully convicted. Ms. Puracal is also an adjunct professor at Lewis & Clark Law School where she teaches a course on wrongful convictions.


Dr. Stefan Rose's Profile

Dr. Stefan Rose Related seminars and products

University Medical and Forensic Consultants, LLC.


Dr. Rose began his career in science and medicine in 1974 working as a research technician in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Miami School of Medicine, preparing anatomic remains for the anatomy class and cell biology teaching materials for the medical students.
 
He worked as a research technician from 1976-1978 in the Department of Pharmacology at the same medical school running an over the counter drug efficacy trial and performing bench research on drug transport across cell membranes by UV-VIS Spectrophotometry. From 1978 to 1981 he attended Florida Atlantic University and earned his BA degree in Biology followed by earning his Doctor of Medicine ( M.D. ) degree from the University of Miami in 1985.
 
Subsequent to medical school he trained in Clinical Pathology ( Laboratory Medicine ) for two years at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, and was in charge of the emergency toxicology testing for ethanol by serum enzyme assay testing, and other intoxicating substances when on call duty. He then trained at the Dade County Medical Examiner Department formal Forensic Toxicology training program and rotated through all sections of the medical examiner department and the toxicology laboratory, analyzed many samples by GC-FID, and GC-MS and performed research on ethanol and cocaine during that training.
 
In 1992 he started the first DUI laboratory at the University of Miami and was responsible for blood ethanol testing, blood drug testing and urine drug testing for the law enforcement agencies of Dade County, Florida. From 1995 through 1998 he trained in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Miami, diagnosing and treating psychiatric patients, often under the influence of ethanol and drugs. He had an opportunity to correlate the behavioral effects of ethanol and drugs with a combination of physical examination of the patient and laboratory testing of the patient.
 
He has been a courtesy professor in the Department of Chemistry at FIU since 1997 and has taught Forensic Toxicology and performed research in a variety of areas including detector dogs, breath ethanol testing and blood ethanol testing. Dr. Rose has been in the field of laboratory science and pharmacology since 1974, and from then until the present he has experienced formal education, training and research in clinical and forensic pharmacology and toxicology.
 
Dr. Rose is available to answer any questions you may have about his professional experiences, please contact him at your convenience by telephone or email.


Daniel Ross's Profile

Daniel Ross Related seminars and products

Daniel Ross, LLC


Attorney Daniel Ross is from St. Louis, Missouri and has been living in the Kansas City, Missouri area for over 30 years.  He is licensed to practice Law in the State of Missouri, is admitted into the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri and the United States District Court, District of Kansas.  He obtained his undergraduate degree at The University of Missouri in Columbia and completed his Law Degree at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Upon graduating Law School he began his law career at the Jackson County, Missouri Prosecuting Attorney’s Office as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney and remained with that office for six years.  After his employment with the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office, he took a position at a well known civil trial defense firm in Kansas City, Missouri.  After four years of practicing civil trial defense, Dan Ross entered private practice focusing on Criminal Defense. 
Today, Dan Ross continues to dedicate his law practice to defending people who are charged with crimes, primarily, serious felony offenses.  Daniel Ross is highly experienced in defending individuals who are the subjects of complex prosecutions on both the State and Federal levels. He is well known in the Kansas City legal community and across the mid-west region for being a formidable advocate for his clients, winning extremely difficult cases and relentlessly pursuing favorable results for his clients. He is a member of the Missouri Bar Association and the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association.


Thomas Stewart's Profile

Thomas Stewart Related seminars and products

Professor

Saint Louis University School of Law


Thomas L. Stewart joined SLU LAW in 2009 as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Trial Advocacy program. Previously, Stewart spent the past 12 years as an adjunct professor at SLU LAW teaching Trial Advocacy and Evidence. Over the past 23 years, Stewart was actively engaged in private practice as a trial lawyer, specializing in products liability, medical negligence, class action litigation and toxic torts.
In addition to his active trial practice, Professor Stewart is a certified Neutral having served as a Mediator in over 100 cases in state and federal court.

He has guest lectured for Washington University MBA Programs, Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, the Lawyers' Association of St. Louis, the Missouri Bar Trial Institute, the Kessler-Edison Program for Trial Techniques at Emory University School of Law and Saint Louis University School of Medicine.


Hon. Gary Witt's Profile

Hon. Gary Witt Related seminars and products

Mo Court of Appeals-Western District


Hon. Gary Witt appointed Western District 2010. Previously an Associate Circuit Judge in Platte County 1998 - 2010. Shareholder Witt, Hicklin & Witt, P.C. in Platte City. Married to Angie. Undergraduate degree William Jewell College and law degree MU. State Representative 1991-1996. Received the Appellate Judicial Excellence Award 2020. 


Agenda DWI Law & Science Seminar

WED | JUL 27 
4:00 – 6:00 PM & 7:30 – 8:00 PM | Registration  

7:30 – 9:00 PM | Networking Reception  

THU | JUL 28 
7:30 AM – 5:00 PM | Registration 

7:30 AM – 5:00 PM | Exhibitors 

7:30 – 8:30 AM | Breakfast 

8:30 – 8:40 AM | Welcome & Opening Remarks  
    
Speaker: Kimberly Benjamin, Planning Chair, Missouri DWI & Criminal Law Center, Benjamin Law Firm, LLC, Belton 

8:40 – 10:10 AM | PLENARY
Blood Test Errors: How to Identify Unreliable Results  

National Speaker: Janine Arvizu, ASQ Certified Quality Auditor, Albuquerque, NM

10:10 – 10:25 AM | Network with Exhibitors
         
10:25 – 11:15 AM | PLENARY
Case Law Update  
   
Speaker: Matthew D. Fry, Rosenblum, Schwartz, and Fry, PC, St. Louis
   
11:15 – 11:25 AM | Break 

11:25 AM – 12:15 PM | PLENARY
What is a DRE & What it is NOT     
Speaker:
Travis B. Jones, TBJ, LLC, Moscow Mills 

12:15 – 1:30 PM | Lunch         

12:40 – 1:30 PM | LUNCH PRESENTATION
Perpetuating the Presumption of Guilt: Implicit Racial Bias in Forensic Testimony
National Speaker: Janis C. Puracal
, Forensic Justice Project, Portland, OR | joining live virtually

1:30 – 1:45 | Break

1:45 – 3:45 PM | PLENARY
Court of Appeals Oral Arguments
    
Speakers: Hon. Zel M. Fischer, The Supreme Court of Missouri, Jefferson City; Hon. Gary D. Witt, Missouri Court of Appeals-Western District, Jefferson City; and Hon. Thomas N. Chapman, Missouri Court of Appeals-Western District, Chillicothe

3:45 – 4:00 PM | Network with Exhibitors
         
4:00 – 5:00 PM | BREAKOUT SESSION 1

Criminal Tips: How to Talk to a Jury About a DWI Case
Speaker: Kimberly Benjamin


DOR Basics: Everything You Need to Know About How to Handle the DOR Case    
Speaker: Stephen S. Grafelman
, Missouri DWI & Criminal Law Center, Benjamin Law Firm, LLC, Kansas City  
     
DOR Advanced: How to Win Your DOR Case Using the Rules of Civil Procedure & How to Prepare Findings of Fact & Conclusions of Law for Your Judge    
Speaker: John M. Eccher
, Eccher Law Group, St. Louis    

5:00 – 6:30 PM | Networking Reception 

FRI | JUL 29
7:30 AM – 5:30 PM | Registration 

7:30 – 8:30 AM | Breakfast

7:30 AM – 3:30 PM | Exhibitors

8:30 – 8:40 AM | Announcements     
Speaker: Kimberly Benjamin
, Planning Chair

8:40 – 9:30 AM | PLENARY
Discovery in Blood Alcohol & Blood Drug Cases: What to Request and Why You Need It    
National Speaker: Janine Arvizu
, ASQ Certified Quality Auditor, Albuquerque, NM

9:30 – 9:40 AM | Break
 
9:40 – 10:40 AM | PLENARY
How to Use Giglio & Discovery Rules to Win a DWI Case    
Speaker: Daniel J. Ross
, Attorney at Law, Kansas City

10:40 – 10:55 AM | Network with Exhibitors     

10:55 – 11:45 AM | PLENARY    
Challenging a DRE Case with Science and Medical Evidence
National Speaker: Steven W Hernandez,
Esq, Certified by the Supreme Court of NJ as a Municipal Court Trial Attorney, Board Certified, National College for DUI Defense, Toms River, NJ | joining live virtually

11:45 AM – 1:00 PM | Lunch | Ticketed      

12:10 – 1:00 PM | LUNCH PRESENTATION
Treatment Courts: DWI, Drugs, Veterans & Mental Health - Your Ethical Duty to Your Clients
Speaker: Tory D. Bernsen
, Muhlenkamp & Bernsen, Attorneys at Law, St. Louis 

1:00 – 1:10 PM | Break     

1:10 – 2:00 PM | PLENARY
Storytelling: Opening & Close    
Speaker: Professor Thomas Stewart, 
Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis 

2:00 – 2:10 PM | Break
    
2:10 – 3:10 PM | BREAKOUT SESSION 2

Criminal Tips: Creating Exhibits - Preparing & Admitting Exhibits for Hearings & Trials 
Speakers: Jeannean Fenske
, Travis Noble, PC, St. Louis 

Sunshine Law & FOIA: Everything You Need to Know to Help Your Client    
Speaker: Daniel J. Haus
, Haus Law Firm, LLC, Belton 

3:10 – 3:25 PM | Break
    
3:25 – 4:25 PM | PLENARY
Why You Should NEVER Plead a Marijuana DWI Case 
National Speaker: Stefan Rose
, M.D., Laboratory Medicine, Forensic Toxicology and Psychiatry, University Medical and Forensic Consultants, LLC, Palm City, FL | joining live virtually

4:25 – 4:35 PM | Break

4:35 – 5:25 PM | CLOSING PLENARY 
The Art of Voir Dire:  How to Win Your Case in Voir Dire    
Speaker: Travis L. Noble, Jr.,
Travis Noble, PC, St. Louis

Agenda Paralegal Track

FRI | JUL 29
7:30 AM – 5:30 PM | Registration 

7:30 – 8:00 AM | Breakfast | Ticketed

8:30 AM – 3:30 PM | Exhibitors

8:00 – 8:05 AM | Welcome & Opening Announcements 
Speaker: Kimberly Benjamin,
Planning Chair, Missouri DWI & Criminal Law Center, Benjamin Law Firm, LLC, Belton  

8:05 - 8:55 AM | Top Hits in the Law for Paralegals    
Speaker: Matthew D. Fry,
Rosenblum, Schwartz, and Fry, PC, St. Louis     

8:55 – 9:00 AM | Break
        
9:00 – 9:50 AM | Social Media Research on Witnesses & How to Submit in Evidence at Hearings
Speakers:
Scott Bokal, J.B. Hammer Digital Forensics, St. Louis and Benjamin S. Faber, Faber Law Firm, Columbia
 
9:50 – 9:55 AM | Break
   
9:55 – 11:10 AM | Analyzing a Driving Record
Speaker: Kimberly Benjamin

11:10 – 11:15 AM | Break
        
11:15 – 11:55 AM | Subpoenas: How Do You Get Them, Serve Them & Handle Out of State Witnesses
Speakers: Jeannean Fenske
, Travis Noble, PC, St. Louis 

11:55 AM – 1:00 PM | Lunch  
       
12:10 – 1:00 PM | Treatment Courts: DWI, Drugs, Veterans & Mental Health Courts - Your Ethical Duty to Your Clients 
Speaker: Tory D. Bernsen
, Muhlenkamp & Bernsen, Attorneys at Law, St. Louis    

1:00 – 1:10 PM | Break
        
1:10 – 2:00 PM | Training on Excel - Systems for Tracking Discovery, Tracking Witnesses    
Speaker: Theodore R. Hoefle,
Hoefle Law, LLC, Raymore

2:00 – 2:10 PM | Break
    
2:10 – 3:10 PM | Criminal Tips: Creating Exhibits - Preparing & Admitting Exhibits for Hearings & Trials
Speakers: Jeannean Fenske
 

3:10 – 3:20 PM | Break
        
3:20 – 4:30 PM | How to Help Clients Who Have Mental Health/Addiction Issues    
Speaker: Tory D. Bernsen

4:30 – 5:00 PM | Roundtable: Ask All Your Questions
Speaker: Tory D. Bernsen

Pass Details

Whether you are attending the Bernard Edelman DWI Law & Science Seminar with a focus on networking, CLE, or the ability to join from anywhere you’d like, there’s a pass option for you!

All Access Pass*
Early MACDL Member: $405** | Regular: $450
Early Non-MACDL Member: $445 | Regular: $500

Access to CLE sessions and the following meals:
    Thursday: Breakfast, Lunch, & Reception
    Friday: Breakfast & Lunch
Program recording access for 90 days. NOTE: Program recordings viewed after the event can only be reported for self-study. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for GAL Certification, ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.

Standard Pass*
Early MACDL Member: $345** | Regular: $400
Early Non-MACDL Member: $385** | Regular $440

Access to CLE sessions and the following meals:
    Thursday: Breakfast, Lunch & Reception
    Friday: Breakfast & Lunch

Virtual Pass
MACDL Member: $345
Non-MACDL Member: $400

Virtual access to CLE sessions
Program recording access for 90 days. NOTE: Program recordings viewed after the event can only be reported for self-study. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for GAL Certification, ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.

Virtual Pass
Law Student/Paralegal/Legal Aid Pass - $300

Virtual access to CLE sessions
Program recording access for 90 days

Paralegal Track: $255*
Access to paralegal track sessions and the following meals:
  Friday: Breakfast & Lunch
Program recording access for 90 days

Paralegal Track: $225*
Access to paralegal track sessions and the following meals:
  Friday: Breakfast & Lunch

Virtual Pass
Paralegal Track: $225

Virtual access to paralegal track sessions
Program recording access for 90 days

* Due to on-site capacity limits, on-site registration will not be available.  
** Early Bird rates end 6/27/22

Exhibitors & Sponsors

2022 SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS
 

PLATINUM SPONSOR

SILVER SPONSORS

   

 

 

BRONZE SPONSORS

      
           Member Benefit Provider

EXHIBITORS
Jeffrey J Bunten LLC
REJIS - MoBar Net (Member Benefit Provider)

Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at this or other upcoming Missouri Bar events? Visit MoBar.Org/Partner for media kits and registration information. 

Updated 7/5/22

Cancellation Policy

2022 BERNARD EDELMAN DWI LAW & SCIENCE SEMINAR REGISTRATION CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY

  •  All cancellation and refund requests must be in writing to mobarcle@mobar.org
     
  •  A FULL REFUND of the registration fee will be issued if we receive your written cancellation by July 20, 2022. You will not have access to electronic course materials.
     
  •  NO REFUND of the registration fee will be issued if we receive your written cancellation after July 20, 2022.  You will have access to electronic course materials.

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COVID-19 Safety Information

The Missouri Bar takes the safety and well-being of its members, the public, and its employees very seriously. We will continue to monitor the coronavirus and its variants, adapting our services and events as appropriate, based on the advice of governments, public health authorities, and medical professionals.

•    We will inform you of any changes that affect you, especially when it comes to in-person events. This includes any cancellation notices or changes to venue, format, or safety guidelines.  

•    Whenever possible, any notices will be announced at least three days in advance of an event.

•    We encourage all attendees of Missouri Bar events to be aware of and follow CDC guidelines for large gatherings.

•    Help us keep everyone in attendance safe by not attending an event if, within the 10 days prior to the event:
    ♦  You have tested positive for COVID-19; 
    ♦  You have experienced any symptoms of COVID-19; or
    ♦  You have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.  

•    Be respectful of the personal comfort level of other attendees when it comes to physical distancing, including shaking hands or other gestures common in networking environments.

By registering for and attending a Missouri Bar event, you agree to take necessary measures, including departing the event, and to notify The Missouri Bar at COVID-Advise@mobar.org if you test positive for COVID-19 or begin to experience symptoms of COVID-19. Furthermore, you agree to notify The Missouri Bar at COVID-Advise@mobar.org if you test positive for COVID-19 within 10 days after the event.   

Please also be advised that, pursuant to RSMo. 537.1005, effective Aug. 28, 2021, “under Missouri law, any individual entering the premises or engaging the services of the business waives all civil liability against the individual or entity for any damages based on inherent risks associated with an exposure or potential exposure to COVID-19, except for recklessness or willful misconduct.”

Please contact The Missouri Bar with any questions or concerns.

Lodging Rates

      

THE LODGE OF FOUR SEASONS
315 Four Seasons Drive | Lake Ozark, MO

SLEEPING ROOM RATES
Seasons Bay $141
Main Building $172
Rates are per night, and do not include tax.

To make a reservation, call 888-265-5500 or reserve online at https://reservations.travelclick.com/17336?groupID=3451220

Conference lodging rates end on June 27, 2022, or when the block is filled, whichever occurs first.

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