Elizabeth Cateforis joined the law school in 1999 as a supervising attorney in the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies. Prior to joining the faculty, she was an assistant appellate defender at the Kansas Appellate Defender Office for the five years following her graduation from law school. She received her bachelor's degree from Smith College and her law degree from the University of Kansas.
- Advanced Criminal Procedure
- Capital Punishment
- Project for Innocence & Post-Conviction Remedies
Federal Habeas Corpus for Trial Lawyers, JKBA, Jan. 2004, Vol. 73; "Surrogate Motherhood: An Argument for Regulation and Blueprint for Legislation in Kansas," 4 Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy 101 (Winter 1995).
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth Amendments, death penalty, post-conviction remedies, criminal defense, especially issues in sentencing.
J.D., Kansas, 1994; B.A., Smith College, 1985.
Assistant Appellate Defender, Appellate Defender Office, 1994-1999; Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence & Post-Conviction Remedies, University of Kansas School of Law, 1999-present.
Clinical Legal Education Association, National Legal Aid and Defense Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Kansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, American Bar Association, Kansas Bar Association.