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Greg Musil, Rouse Frets White Goss shareholder, continues civic service at two events

Leawood, Kan. – May 9, 2024: Greg Musil, a shareholder with Rouse Frets White Goss Gentle Rhodes, P.C., recently participated in two events that showcase his experience and dedication to public service, government, and the law.

Greg was chosen by the Kansas City Paralegal Association to speak at their Law Day luncheon May 1. “Voices of Democracy” was this year’s Law Day theme announced by the American Bar Association, which encourages Americans to maintain our system of laws and to ensure that democracy endures.

A former elected official—Greg served on the Overland Park City Council from 1993-2002 and as council president in 1999 and 2000 and was a member of the Johnson County Community College Board of Trustees from 2011-2024—and legislative assistant to U.S. Senator Nancy Kassebaum Baker, Greg focuses his private practice on the areas of land use and real estate development, commercial and business litigation, and property taxation.

Greg’s political experience made him a natural choice to serve as emcee for the first local competition for the National Civics Bee, an initiative of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Civics Trust designed to encourage young Americans to engage in civics and contribute to their communities. The April 22 event was sponsored by the Overland Park Chamber of Commerce Foundation and hosted by Johnson County Community College. Eight middle-school students participated in the essay and question/answer competition, with Greg presenting the questions, and three advanced to the state championship round in Wichita. The state winner will participate in the National Civics Bee this fall in Washington, D.C.

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