Adjunct Faculty

Stacey Donovan joined the Third Judicial District Public Defender’s Office as an assistant district defender after graduation from KU Law in 1997 and became the Chief District Defender in 2011. She became an adjunct professor of Trial Advocacy in 2008. As a public defender, she defends indigent adults charged with felony crimes in Kansas District Court throughout the trial process. Her caseload consists of all types of felonies, with the majority of cases being sex offenses and person crimes. She has dual B.A. degrees from Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts and a J.D. from the University of Kansas.

Courses Taught:
  • Trial Advocacy

 

Adjunct Faculty
Courses Taught:
  • Electronic Discovery
Adjunct Faculty
Courses Taught:
  • Trial Advocacy
Courses Taught:
  • Patent Practice
2016 Langston Hughes Visiting Professor, Professor of Law and Co-Director of Indian Law Program, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
785-864-9213
403 Green Hall
Courses Taught:
  • Feminist Jurisprudence
  • Sex Crimes
  • Tribal Judicial Support Clinic
Courses Taught:
  • Business Planning Seminar
  • Collective Bargaining and Dispute Resolution
  • Labor Law
Courses Taught:
  • Trial Advocacy

Courses Taught:

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

 

Adjunct Faculty
harpm@klsinc.org
Courses Taught:
  • Elder Law Externship
Adjunct Faculty
Courses Taught:
  • Estate Planning: Principles
Courses Taught:
  • Elections and Campaign Finance
  • First Amendment
Courses Taught:
  • Higher Education and the Law Seminar
  • Antitrust Law
Courses Taught:
  • Lawyering Skills
Courses Taught:
  • Trial Advocacy
Courses Taught:
  • Introduction to Elder Law
Director, 6th Semester in D.C. and Law & Public Policy Programs
Courses Taught:
  • Legislative Field Placement
  • Public Policy Practicum
Courses Taught:
  • Contract Drafting
Adjunct Faculty
Courses Taught:
  • Insurance

 

Courses Taught:
  • Indian Gaming
Courses Taught:
  • Executive Compensation
  • Pension and Employee Benefits Law
Courses Taught:
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) Seminar
Courses Taught:
  • Construction Law and Litigation
Adjunct Faculty
Courses Taught:
  • Electronic Discovery
Adjunct Faculty
Courses Taught:
  • Trial Advocacy
Courses Taught:
  • Business Planning Seminar
  • Collective Bargaining and Dispute Resolution
  • Labor Law

Courses Taught:

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

 

Adjunct Faculty
harpm@klsinc.org
Courses Taught:
  • Elder Law Externship
Courses Taught:
  • Trial Advocacy
Adjunct Faculty
Courses Taught:
  • Real Estate Finance
Courses Taught:
  • Business Planning Seminar
     
Courses Taught:
  • Elections and Campaign Finance
  • First Amendment

Courses Taught:

  • Banking Law
Adjunct Faculty
Courses Taught:
  • Trial Advocacy
Courses Taught:
  • Higher Education and the Law Seminar
  • Antitrust Law
Adjunct Faculty
Courses Taught:
  • Legislation and Statutory Interpretation
Adjunct Faculty

Courses Taught:

  • Transactional LawMeet
Courses Taught:
  • Accounting for Lawyers

Courses taught:

  • Estate Planning: Practice

 

Courses Taught:

  • Local Government Law
Courses Taught:
  • Trial Advocacy
Director, 6th Semester in D.C. and Law & Public Policy Programs
Courses Taught:
  • Legislative Field Placement
  • Public Policy Practicum
Courses Taught:
  • Contract Drafting
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