Category: Careers

Internationally focused

As finalist in prestigious federal leadership program, KU Law grad accepts international trade appointment A recent University of Kansas School of Law graduate has been named a finalist in one of the nation’s most competitive fellowship programs. Josh… Read More

For the children

Katie Gilman being sworn in as a CASA volunteer during her 1L year at KU Law. Future prosecutor goes above and beyond for young clients Katie Gilman has a passion for helping children. Although she wasn’t sure where… Read More

Falling into place

Unexpected 6th Semester in D.C. experience perfectly caps student’s law school journey I never meant to spend my last semester of law school living and working in Washington, D.C. — seeing Abe Lincoln whenever I wanted to and… Read More

Health is wealth

Humans are complex beings. The evolutionary marvel that is the human brain is both our species’ greatest strength and weakness. It allows us, as lawyers and future lawyers, to understand, communicate and untangle intricate legal issues. On the… Read More

From covering trials to trying cases

Reinvention the right move for journalist-turned-law student Just a couple of months away from graduation and a few weeks out from my 28th birthday, I thought recently about where my pre-law school self would have envisioned me at… Read More

Suiting up, gaining confidence

Legal Aid Clinic teaches student ‘how to be a lawyer’ My almost three years at KU Law have been less than perfect, but I would not change my experience for anything. As my time in law school slowly… Read More

Former teacher, stronger lawyer

Jake Turner, back row second from right, with his Spirit Award-winning Bluebook Relays team, Guns ‘n’ Rosenberg Law student’s first career taught importance of client relationships, being prepared for anything As a young child, I dreamed of being… Read More

Serving the American people in America’s capital

James Garfield is my favorite U.S. president. Most people have never heard of our 20th president, and if they have, all they know about is his tragic assassination roughly three months into his presidency. However, prior to his… Read More

10 reasons to attend the Southwest Kansas Bar Association annual meeting

Over my birthday weekend early this September, I gathered with attorneys and fellow students to see what the life as a Jayhawk lawyer in southwest Kansas looks like, and I have to say, it wasn’t half bad. To… Read More

An entrepreneur in the law

After a respite from the pressures of “Fun-L” year (in the form of a trip to Europe), I dove right into two jobs this summer. I had no idea what to do with my life, so I decided… Read More