A new effort from the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association aims to provide those incentives at a time when the economy is forcing many more individuals to represent themselves. The bar on Friday announced details of a pro bono database and Web site intended to link up Kansas City attorneys with citizens in need of free representation, part of a yearlong effort KCMBA President Rebbecca Lake Wood has spearheaded.
Supreme Court Judge Richard Teitelman and Jackson County Circuit Judge Ann Mesle's goodbye is reflected in a mirrored column at the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association's Pro Bono Summit on Friday.
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