Public Interest Law Society: Guardianship Assistance Program (GAP)

All KU law students are invited to help low-income families apply to be legal guardians for adults with developmental disabilities. Students travel together to Wichita to meet with the families, then "fill in the blanks" on electronic pleadings on their own time. Time commitment is afternoon/evening of 3/1, plus 20-30 minutes to complete and e-mail the pleadings. If interested, please contact Kaitee Purdon, PILS/GAP Program Coordinator, at
March 01, 2013
Time TBA
Wichita, Kan.
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