22nd Annual Family Law Conference

Hybrid Conference | Aug. 4-6, 2022

15+ CLE, including ethics and elimination of bias


Every year, advocates and researchers come together at The Missouri Bar’s Annual Family Law Conference to gain knowledge and improve skills specific to the practice of family law.

This year’s conference includes plenary sessions with recognized experts on topics such as resist and refuse, opioid crises, lawyer well-being, unconscious bias, and so much more! Not only are there plenary sessions each day, but there are also over 30 different breakout sessions including a guardian ad litem track and a getting your case settled track.

If family law is your area of expertise, or you are looking for ways to serve your clients even better, don’t miss this opportunity for 15+ MCLE credit hours at an affordable price. Attend in person or online!

  • On-site registration is limited
  • All sessions will be streamed online live
  • National presenters
  • Network with exhibitors

Plenary Sessions

Shely Polak
Shely Polak

Stephanie Tabashneck
Stephanie Tabashneck

Susan Jensen
Susan Jensen

Stuart Teicher
Stuart Teicher

  • Resist and Refuse
    Shely Polak, PhD, MSW, RSW, Acc.FM, Toronto, Ontario  
  • Opioid Crisis  
    Stephanie Tabashneck, Psy.D., J.D., Boston, Massachusetts
  • Update on Missouri Family Law            
    Commissioner Susan S. Jensen, Greene County Circuit Court, Springfield  
  • Unconscious Bias in Virtual Meetings
    Stuart I. Teicher, The CLE Performer, Brunswick, New Jersey