TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! FUTURE POWER PLAYER GRADS: MEET UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - KANSAS CITY LAW SCHOOL ELITE CLASS OF 2014!!!
It's graduation time in Kansas City.
This weekend parents will watch their offspring begin the long and perilous journey toward middle-management while carrying mountains of student debt.
Meanwhile, this blog has the KANSAS CITY INSIDER DEETS on who is gonna be running this town for the next 20 years.
Unreported and BREAKING NEWS FIRST on this blog . . .
THE UMKC LAW SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASS OF 2014 FEATURES RISING STAR POWER BROKERS READY TO RULE KANSAS CITY IN THE FUTURE!!!
Here is FIRST LOOK at the UMKC trio of elite local future power brokers . . . As always, click the image or these links for a bigger, better view . . .
From left to right in this TKC collage . . .
Malik James - Mayor Sly's son is a former Marine and continues the family's legal tradition. His graduation date this year is a big deal and a hint at a higher profile for the attorney in the very near future.
Brian Noland - He's a longtime Kansas City campaigner and political operative responsible for the "ground game" political move that earned Sly James a surprise Mayoral win not so long ago.
Crispin Rea - Former Vice Prez of the Kansas City Public School Board. Crispin is now leading the race for the 3rd District at-large Council job.
More fun facts . . .
Remember the whole Mammy-gate deal that destroyed disgraced former KC Mayor Funkhouser? Her son is graduating in this class too but he has a lower profile than this trio.
Also . . .
Rumor has it that Brian Noland and Malik James are going into biz with one another after graduation and will start their own firm mostly focusing on discrimination law.
Commencement is Sat. May 17th and the big party for UMKC Kangaroo Lawyers and their families is tonight.
So, while Kansas City mainstream newsies are covering graduation fights among high schoolers . . . We're teaching this community about the future and offing FIRST LOOK at who will soon be running this town. Natch.
Good luck to all of the UMKC Law School Graduates of 2014 . . . They'll need it now that armies of lawyers are being replaced by cheaper software and this post kinda proves that political connections are really the key to success in any field.
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