Leawood, Kan. – November 18, 2019 – Greg Musil, attorney with Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, was re-elected on November 5 to the Johnson County Community College Board of Trustees, the seven-member governing body for the college.
Greg has served on the board since 2011, including as chair in 2017 and 2018. In addition to his successful law practice, Greg is widely known for being actively involved in civic and charitable causes throughout Johnson County and the metropolitan area.
The Board of Trustees is responsible for the governance of Johnson County Community College. Trustees’ duties include selecting the college president, establishing the annual budget and tax levy, approving the curriculum and creating rules and regulations for operation. JCCC is celebrating its 50th anniversary as a comprehensive community college with approximately 20,000 credit students and a continuing education program for business and community members that reaches 15,000 students, including nearly 4,000 employees of 98 area companies who take advantage of customized contract training courses.
About Greg L. Musil:
Greg is an experienced trial lawyer who has successfully resolved business and commercial disputes for clients since 1987. He has worked with individual entrepreneurs, small businesses and America’s largest companies to craft cost-effective and valuable solutions. Greg is also an experienced land use, zoning and entitlements lawyer and continues to represent clients seeking to develop or re-develop commercial and residential properties. He has received The Best Lawyers in America distinction since 2005.
About the firm:
Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes combines highly focused practice groups in a client-focused law firm. The firm works with individuals, small businesses and large companies in the Kansas City area and on a regional and nationwide basis. Its attorneys have the experience, knowledge, and skill to engineer favorable solutions in efficient and effective ways. More at https://rousepc.com/attorneys/.
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