Tag: University of Kansas

Student with designs on fashion law gets crash course (and a handbag) at summer institute in NYC

On Memorial Day, I piled out of a taxi in Brooklyn. It was the quintessential “20-something girl from the Midwest heads off to New York” opening scene to a movie — I dragged my huge suitcase up the …

Wheat Law Library new book list for April

April 2011 New Books List This list of April’s new books at the Wheat Law Library seems to go on and on! And this is just a sampling from the first few pages! Sorry about all of the …

Laser tag, anyone? Study break destinations for weary law students

Ah, finals! The time of the semester that at once fills me with anxiety and excitement returns again. With the 1Ls preparing for oral arguments, 2Ls in the midst of the heated battle for moot court supremacy — …

Wheat Law Library celebrates National Library Week

National Library Week is observed this year from April 10 through April 16 with the theme “Create your own story @ your library.” The first sponsored National Library Week was in 1958, and the American Library Association has …

Working for a student publication is worth the effort

The Kansas Law Review and Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy offer KU Law students a unique opportunity to serve as editors on a publication. Law reviews and journals are unique from many other academic or scientific …

Added features make iPad 2 worth a look

The iPad 2 is being release on March 11, and I’m not going to lie to you here: I really want one. Yeah, I know that many of you think of the iPad as the Jar Jar Binks …

Countdown to the return of the Supremes

After a summer break, the Supremes will be coming back. So what does their end-of-summer look like leading up to Oct. 4? A return from summer fun stuff. Many of the Supremes spend time in foreign countries teaching …