Based upon the statistical and anecdotal results of these studies, Ms. Ivy has drafted legally defensible recommendations to improve ethnic and gender based contracting practices of governmental agencies throughout the United States in various federal appellate jurisdictions.
Sharon Ivy is a member of the Missouri and Kansas State Bar Associations and is admitted to practice before state and federal district courts and courts of appeals. She was appointed by the President of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association (KCMBA) to serve as the 2011 Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Committee.
As Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Committee, Ms. Ivy was responsible for planning two annual Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programs: the annual CLE and golf tournament, as well as the fall CLE which is co-sponsored by the University Missouri Kansas City School of Law. In addition to presenting annual CLE programs, the Workers’ Compensation Committee hosts monthly learning opportunities with experts in the field of workplace injuries, networking opportunities and practical training.
Ms. Ivy also served as 1st Vice President of the Jackson County Bar Association and as the Region VIII representative for the National Bar Association Elections Committee.
Ms. Ivy actively participates in the Kansas City Community. She is currently a board member with the Love Fund for Children. She also serves as the Foundation Chair for the Kansas City Missouri Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
Admitted in District of Kansas
U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri
U.S. Court of Appeals, Eight and Tenth Circuit
Missouri State University
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