Pamela Keller joined the KU Law lawyering skills faculty in 1999. She graduated from the KU School of Law in 1993, Order of the Coif, and was the Note and Comment Editor of the Kansas Law Review. After serving two years as a law clerk for the Hon. John W. Lungstrum, U.S. District Court, District of Kansas, she joined Ice Miller in Indianapolis and worked for the firm for nine years as a labor law and employment litigation attorney. She has served as director of the lawyering skills program since 2006 and directs the judicial field placement and moot court programs. She received the law school's Robert A. Schroeder Teaching Fellowship in 2012 and the Edwin W. Hecker Jr. Teaching Fellowship in 2019. The University awarded her the inaugural Bob & Kathie Taylor Excellence in Teaching Award in 2018.
Judicial Field Placement Program, Lawyering Skills, Moot Court
Kansas 2011, Indiana 1995, New York 1994.
Law Clerk, Judge John W. Lungstrum, U.S. District Court of Kansas, 1993 to 1995; Ice Miller, 1995-2005; University of Kansas School of Law, 1999-present.
- Lawyering Skills, Writing for Law Practice, Judicial Field Placement, Moot Court
Legal reasoning and writing, teaching methods.
- Legal writing
- Moot court
- Oral advocacy
- Judicial writing
- Teaching methods
- Legal research.
American Bar Association; Kansas Bar Association; Kansas Women Attorneys Association; Association of Legal Writing Directors; Legal Writing Institute.