KU Law Magazine

Current Issue: Fall 2018

Fall 2017 KU Law Magazine

Cover // Striving for justice

The ultimate goal of the criminal justice system is, well, justice. But achieving that pinnacle relies on a process that can be arduous, protracted and certainly flawed. When the wheels turn perfectly, the system balances the constitutional rights of the accused with the public good and some level of satisfaction for victims.

Prosecutors represent the public in that equation, and many Jayhawk lawyers heed the call to serve in that role. They advocate on behalf of cities, counties, states, nations and international bodies from Kansas to Tanzania.

Fortified by their KU legal training, they construct cases, prepare witnesses, select juries and orchestrate presentations to tell compelling stories at trial. They partner with law enforcement to establish best practices in policing and investigation. They use data and evidence to create programs that deter crime or reduce repeat offenses. They protect the public from fraud and abuse schemes. And the list goes on.

Plus Class Notes and the Volunteer Honor Roll.

View the Fall 2018 issue.

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Fall 2017 KU Law Magazine
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