Nov 21, 2020 10:59 AM

Hays resident among new attorneys sworn in virtually

Posted Nov 21, 2020 10:59 AM

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TOPEKA—Applicants who successfully passed the Sept. 20 Kansas bar examination was sworn in as Kansas attorneys Friday.

Chief Justice Marla Luckert of the Supreme Court and Chief Judge Julie Robinson of the U.S. District Court, District of Kansas, congratulated the news attorneys by video message.

Virtual ceremony

The chief justice and Justices K.J. Wall and Evelyn Wilson will initiate videoconferences to swear in the new attorneys individually. There will not be an in-person ceremony.

Admittees can also choose to be sworn in by any state judge.

New attorneys

Those eligible to be sworn in, listed alphabetically by county and then by state, are:

Ellis

Matthew Hallburton Odom, Hays

Douglas

Justin Barrett Borr, Lawrence

Kristen Jan Cannon, Lawrence

Katie DeVito-Erhart, Lawrence

Donald Gene Parr, Linwood

Leavenworth

Eric Fitzgerald McMillin, Easton

Sedgwick

Alexander Pratt Robinson, Wichita

Nathan Michael Geffre, Wichita

Shawnee

Milesha Nnebuogo Segun, Topeka

Brian Maudlin, Topeka

Stevens          

Haley Rae Sosa, Hugoton

Wyandotte

Jacob Aaron Crane, Kansas City, Kansas

Farmington, Arkansas

Collette Aleece Cox

Lee’s Summit, Mo.

DongJoo Kim

Peter Barrett Semegen

Monroe, N.C.

Christine Michele Caplinger

Lubbock, Texas

William Seth Roberts