Stephanie Kalahurka

Adjunct Faculty
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Stephanie Kalahurka is a partner with Fenimore Kay Harrison Ford, which has offices in Kansas City, Missouri, and Austin, Texas. She has significant legal, regulatory and operational experience in the financial institutions industry. She previously served as a financial examiner with the Texas Department of Banking. The sole focus of Ms. Kalahurka’s subsequent legal practice has been the corporate and regulatory representation of commercial banks, thrifts, holding companies, and other financial institutions.

Courses Taught:
  • Banking Law

Memberships

Board of Editors, The Banking Law Journal; American Bar Association, Texas State Bar, Missouri State Bar.
 
Education

J.D. University of Texas, with honors, Order of the Coif, Managing Editor, Texas Law Review, 2003; B.B.A., Southwest Texas State University, summa cum laude, 1997.

 

Selected Publications

"Federal Reserve Requires Banks to Implement New Overdraft and Related Disclosures," Electronic Banking Law & Commerce Report, March 2010; "Health Savings Accounts and the Convergence of Healthcare and Banking," Banking Law Journal, Jan. 2008; "Proposed Guidance on Concentrations in Commercial Real Estate Lending," Real Estate Finance Journal, Fall 2006.


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