About KU School of Law
About KU Law. The University of Kansas School of Law has been preparing students to be outstanding members of the legal profession since 1878. Our students learn the foundations of the law, then gain the hands-on experience necessary to begin their careers ready for practice. KU Law …
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Public Law KU School of Law
(5 days ago) Public Law. KU Law offers a range of courses in public law, giving students a grounding in administrative law, government law, legislation and public policy. Overview. All law students should be familiar with public law. Students who are in private practice will inevitably represent clients who have a dispute with a local, state or federal
Class Schedule KU School of Law
(Just Now) LAW 994 Special Topics: Kansas Legal History involves substantial archival research, a number of research excursions as a class and completion of a substantial research paper. LAW 972 Professional Responsibility: Students have the option to write a research paper related to the course for one additional credit hour, with instructor approval.
Legal Databases KU School of Law
(2 days ago) Bloomberg Law. Bloomberg Law integrates company and market information, proprietary news and comprehensive legal content – all searchable in one place. Available to KU Law students, staff and faculty only. ProQuest Ebook Central. ProQuest Ebook Central is a web-based ebook lending platform delivering a rapidly expanding catalog of legal ebooks. Available to KU Law students, staff and faculty
Tribal Law KU School of Law
(5 days ago) KU Law’s program in tribal law prepares students to be strong advocates for Indian nations and tribes. KU Law offers a core curriculum in tribal law courses, as well as a certificate program, clinical opportunities, an annual conference and a joint degree program. Effectively representing Indian nations and tribes requires an understanding of
Environmental Law KU School of Law
(2 days ago) The law school offers an array of courses in environmental, energy and natural resources law. Students can enroll in introductory survey courses and advanced seminars. KU Law also offers the Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Law Certificate. The school's law faculty includes full-time and adjunct professors with significant experience in
Intellectual Property Law KU School of Law
(1 days ago) Intellectual property law is an expanding and complex field covering topics including patents, trademarks, trade secrets and copyright. KU Law offers courses on a range of intellectual property topics. The law school’s faculty includes nationally recognized scholars in areas such as intellectual property law …
Legal Intern Practice Rule KU School of Law
(3 days ago) At KU Law, that means: Second semester 2Ls can obtain student practice permits allowing them to represent clients for the Project for Innocence or the Legal Aid Clinic. Students must still apply and be accepted to enroll in a clinic. Second semester 2Ls cannot obtain a student practice permit to work in a field placement, a governmental agency
Polsinelli Transactional Law Center KU School of Law
(5 days ago) The Center was established in 2016 with generous support from KU Law alumni and friends employed by Polsinelli. The law firm employs more than 800 attorneys in 20 offices, serving corporations, other institutions and entrepreneurs nationally. The firm counts among its partners and associates many KU Law …
Areas of Study KU School of Law
(4 days ago) KU Law prepares students for practice in almost every field of law. Students have access to more than 100 upper-level courses in a variety of practice areas and can design their own path. For those looking for a more guided approach to a specific area of law, we offer eight certificate programs and more than a dozen curriculum guides.
Technology School of Law
(9 days ago) The Technology Department is dedicated to providing support for faculty, staff, and students at the University of Kansas School of Law. If you require assistance, please contact Kris Koenig. If he is not available and you need immediate assistance, please contact …
General Practice KU School of Law
(1 days ago) The KU Law curriculum is designed to allow breadth and depth of study, meaning a student can choose their own path to a career as a general practitioner. Find recommended courses and hands-on learning opportunities to prepare for a career in solo or small firm practice.
KU Law launches legal research corps School of Law
(7 days ago) Outside of the Legal Corps, law students this summer are also working as research assistants with KU Law faculty and completing internships with support from the Public Interest Stipend Program. In April and May, 10 students provided free legal services to health …
Visit & Connect KU School of Law
(3 days ago) KU Law hosts and participates in recruiting events throughout the year. Check out a schedule of upcoming events to learn about the admissions process. KU Law Viewbook. Learn more about the KU Law experience in the KU Law Viewbook. Browse an electronic version of the viewbook or fill out this form to request a printed copy.
Honor Code KU School of Law
(5 days ago) Matters of law student honesty and integrity in academic performance are governed by an honor code written and administered by law students. This system of peer review has been in effect for more than half a century and addresses issues such as plagiarism, cheating, and unauthorized collaboration in work assignments.
Media, Law and Technology Certificate KU School of Law
(1 days ago) The Media, Law and Technology Certificate focuses on legislative challenges, judicial decision-making and administrative policy in an era increasingly shaped by information technology, global networks and the media. The certificate program gives students an opportunity to advance their knowledge and skill in the diverse legal subjects that are
John (Jay) McCauley School of Law
(8 days ago) John (Jay) McCauley is a commercial arbitrator, mediator and arbitration consultant, who has taught Alternative Dispute Resolution courses at several law schools, including Pepperdine, Loyola, Creighton and UMKC. McCauley has made CLE presentations on various ADR topics to experienced lawyers throughout the world.
Lumen Mulligan School of Law
(Just Now) Lumen "Lou" Mulligan joined the KU Law faculty in 2010, where he teaches predominantly civil litigation courses. In the ensuing years, KU Law students have recognized Mulligan for his teaching several times, including awarding him the Dean Frederick J. Moreau teaching and mentoring award, selecting him to serve as their graduation hooder, and as their commencement marshal.
Graduation KU School of Law
(6 days ago) The KU Law community is proud of all the Class of 2021's accomplishments. To celebrate the graduating class, the law school shared a virtual hooding ceremony including a message from Dean Stephen Mazza, congratulations from the KU Law faculty, and a reading of 2021 graduates.
Hands-On Learning KU School of Law
(6 days ago) Hands-On Learning. KU Law’s experiential learning program includes a mix of live-client clinics, field placements and skills simulations. More than 50 years ago, KU Law became a pioneer in clinical legal education when it launched the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence. Since then, the school has expanded opportunities for students to
About the Law Library KU School of Law
(Just Now) The law library subscribes to Bloomberg Law, LEXIS+, and Westlaw Edge legal information retrieval systems that include in their databases statutes, reports from federal and state courts, selected administrative materials, law review articles, and other legal and related sources. Training is necessary and required for all law students taking the
Margaret Hair School of Law
(9 days ago) Margaret Hair joined the School of Law as director of external affairs in March 2019. She previously worked in marketing at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City. Before that, she spent five years at the KU Memorial Unions, advising student organizations including KJHK 90.7 FM. Hair started her career as a newspaper
Entering Student Program KU School of Law
(Just Now) The Entering Student Program is our orientation for first-year law students. Incoming students will have a chance to meet their classmates and attend a social event with the Dean’s Fellows.You’ll also complete our five-day Lawyering Boot Camp, where Lawyering Skills faculty provide the essential tools to excel in law …
Raj Bhala School of Law
(5 days ago) International Trade Law | Understanding Islamic Law | TPP Objectively. Raj Bhala, an Indian-American born in Toronto, Canada, joined the KU Law faculty in 2003 and serves as the Brenneisen Distinguished Professor. He received the 2011 Woodyard International Educator Award, a university-wide award granted to one faculty member for outstanding
Future Course Schedule KU School of Law
(1 days ago) Overview. KU Law provides a list of tentative course offerings for future academic years to help students plan their academic schedules. The tentative course list is subject to change. Final schedules will depend on staffing and enrollment. A final schedule for the upcoming semester will be posted shortly before student enrollment begins.
How to Apply – Visiting Students KU School of Law
(3 days ago) Submitting documents directly to the KU Law Office of Admissions: Green Hall, Suite 103. 1535 W. 15th St. Lawrence, KS 66045. Applications should include: Completed application for admission. Application fee of $55. A brief statement stating your reason for wishing to visit KU Law. A letter of good standing from the dean of your current law
Course Prerequisites KU School of Law
(8 days ago) The University of Kansas prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age, ancestry, disability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender identity, gender expression, and genetic information in the university's programs and activities. Retaliation is also prohibited by university policy.
Pro Bono Program KU School of Law
(3 days ago) Lawyers — and law students — have specialized skills, and with those skills comes a responsibility to serve. Performing pro bono service in law school is a great way to give back to the community while gaining hands-on legal experience that enriches your legal education and better prepares you for …
Alice A. Craig School of Law
(7 days ago) Alice Craig joined KU Law in April 2004 as an attorney in the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies. The Project represents state and federal prisoners in appellate and post-conviction litigation in state and federal courts. As an attorney in the Project, Craig supervises students in their casework and co-teaches the
Advisory Committees School of Law
(2 days ago) Advisory Committees. Three committees support diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at KU Law: the student-led Dean's Diversity Leadership Council, the Faculty and Staff Committee on Diversity & Inclusion, and the alumni Diversity Advisory Council. Learn more about the current committee members and each committee's goals on this page.
Kyle Velte School of Law
(6 days ago) Biography —. Kyle Velte is an associate professor of law at the University of Kansas School of Law, where she teaches Evidence, Torts, Employment Discrimination, and Sexual Orientation & the Law. Velte joined the KU Law faculty in 2018. Her scholarship, which examines the intersection of sexuality, gender and the law, has appeared in law
Board of Governors KU School of Law
(1 days ago) The Board of Governors serves as the representation and the voice of alumni to the law school. The University of Kansas School of Law’s Board of Governors is dedicated to advancing the intellectual and material development, growth and continued excellence of KU Law. Current board members are listed below.
Study Abroad in Istanbul KU School of Law
(6 days ago) Jennifer Schmidt, KU School of Law: Jennifer Schmidt is a clinical associate professor at the KU School of Law. Schmidt directs the law school's 6th Semester in D.C., Field Placement, and Law & Public Policy programs. She joined the KU Law faculty part-time in 2008 …
Richard Levy School of Law
(8 days ago) Biography —. Richard Levy is a nationally and internationally known teacher and scholar in the field of American public law, including constitutional law, administrative law and legislation. He joined the KU Law faculty in 1985, having received his law degree with honors from the University of Chicago Law …
Jean Phillips School of Law
(9 days ago) Jean Phillips joined the law school in 1996 as a supervising attorney in the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies, and became director in 1999. She is currently serving as director of clinical programs, a role she also filled from 2003-2005.
JD/MSW Joint Degree Program KU School of Law
(7 days ago) KU Law Office of Admissions, 785-864-4378 or [email protected] Professor Margaret Severson, social work, 785-864-8952 or [email protected] Contacts for current students: Assistant Dean Leah Terranova, law school, 785-864-4357 or [email protected] Professor Margaret Severson, social work, 785-864-8952 or [email protected]
Bruce Hopkins School of Law
(9 days ago) He joined the KU Law faculty as Professor of Practice in August 2015. Hopkins received the 2007 Outstanding Nonprofit Lawyer Award (Vanguard Lifetime Achievement Award) from the American Bar Association, Section of Business Law, Committee on Nonprofit Corporations. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, Nonprofit Organizations/Charity Law
JD/MS in Journalism KU School of Law
(7 days ago) The JD/MS in Journalism program combines into approximately 3 1/2 years of full-time study the Juris Doctor (J.D.) and the Master of Science (MS) programs offered by the KU School of Law and the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications.. The program is designed to offer students academic grounding in both disciplines to prepare them for the professional practice of
John Head School of Law
(5 days ago) John Head holds both an English law degree from Oxford University and a J.D. from the University of Virginia. Before joining the KU law faculty, he was in private practice in Washington, D.C., and served as legal counsel to the Asian Development Bank and to the International Monetary Fund.
How to Apply – S.J.D. Program KU School of Law
(8 days ago) This is a great convenience for both the applicant and KU Law. All applications, other than the dissertation proposal, must be submitted through LSAC.org. To find our application, you will choose the KU Law LL.M. application. Be sure to check the “S.J.D.” box on the LL.M. application. The deadline to apply to the program is Feb. 15.
Shawn Watts School of Law
(7 days ago) Prior to KU Law, he taught at Columbia Law School in New York City where he was the Associate Director of the Mediation Program. He taught an Advanced Mediation Clinic and a Native American Peacemaking Clinic. He has been a visiting professor at both Yale Law School and National Taiwan University Law School in Taipei, Taiwan.