Shareholder Kansas R. Gooden will be a panelist at a December 8th webinar titled, “From Moses to Micah: A Discussion of Law and the Bible.” She will discuss the Bill of Rights and how the principles therein originated in the Bible.
The event is sponsored by the Jacksonville Lawyers Chapter of The Federalist Society. Other panelists include the Hon. Timothy Osterhaus and the Hon. Harvey Jay, III, both judges of the Florida First District Court of Appeal. The webinar will be moderated by Patrick Kilbane, president of the Jacksonville Lawyers Chapter and General Counsel and wealth advisor for Ullmann Wealth Partners headquartered in Jacksonville Beach, FL.
The webinar is being held on Tuesday, December 8, 2020, at 11:30 a.m. EST. There is no charge but an RSVP is required. The event is open to the public. Click on the link for registration information.
About Kansas R. Gooden
Kansas Gooden is Board Certified in Appellate Practice by The Florida Bar and is AV® Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell. She serves as the firm’s Appellate Practice Group Leader. Kansas is an expert in handling all types of civil appellate proceedings, including extraordinary writs and plenary appeals, in state and federal courts.
Ms. Gooden is active in state and local bar associations. Currently, she serves on The Florida Bar’s Board of Legal Specialization and Education, is the Secretary of The Florida Bar’s Appellate Section, is the President-Elect of the Florida Defense Lawyers Association, and is on the board of the Third District Court of Appeal Historical Society. She previously chaired The Florida Bar’s Appellate Certification Committee and the Section’s CLE Chair.
The FDLA recently awarded Kansas the Joseph P. Metzger Outstanding Achievement Award. This award is bestowed on the member who goes above and beyond over the course of his or her membership tenure. Kansas chairs the Amicus Committee, where she authors and co-authors briefs on important and high-profile issues before the Florida Supreme Court and other appellate courts. She has served on the FDLA board since 2016.
Ms. Gooden is a frequent speaker on appellate topics, including preservation of error, for both attorneys and adjusters. She is licensed in Florida (2008).