Tag: professors

Tips from a departing 3L

With graduation just a few months away, 3L Sophia Dinkel took a break from post-law school planning to offer words of wisdom to future Jayhawk lawyers-in-training.  As a 3L departing from law school in May, here are a… Read More

A tumultuous, but rewarding, time to be an attorney

The late Jeremy Bentham once said, “The power of the lawyer is in the uncertainty of the law.” The truth in Bentham’s words became apparent almost immediately after I started my classes at KU Law. One of the… Read More

Advocating for individual rights through media law: Jessica Frederick, L’16

A self-described advocate, Jessica Frederick pursued law with the intent to help others. She found her niche with the Media Law Clinic and its focus on First Amendment and individual rights. Frederick was drawn to the clinic by… Read More

Why I Teach: Elinor Schroeder

Employment law touches everyone, and for Elinor Schroeder, it’s a topic that has propelled her through a distinguished career of teaching, mentoring, and research at KU Law. “Employment law is a field that has just burst on the… Read More

Why I Teach: Quinton Lucas

Editor’s Note: Today marks a new feature on the blog: the “Why I Teach” series, which profiles KU Law professors and gives you the opportunity to learn more about their backgrounds and teaching philosophies. Quinton Lucas has compiled… Read More