Steve Six

Adjunct Faculty
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Steve Six is a trial lawyer representing individuals and businesses in the prosecution of claims in commercial, antitrust, personal injury and related class action and multi-district litigation. Steve has successfully tried to verdict cases in state and federal court in a wide variety of areas including product liability, professional liability, and consumer fraud, as well as prosecuting two capital murder cases to guilty verdicts. Steve has an active appellate practice, arguing cases in the appellate courts of Kansas and Missouri and before the United States Supreme Court. Prior to private practice, Steve served as the 43rd Attorney General of Kansas and as a district court judge.

Courses Taught:
  • Antitrust Law

Education

J.D. University of Kansas, Note and Comment Editor, Kansas Law Review, Rice Scholar, Order of the Coif; B.A. Economics, Carleton College.

Representative Publications

ABA Consumer Law Chapter: Kansas (to be published in December 2012

Admitted

Kansas, Missouri, and various federal courts including United States Supreme Court

Career History

Partner, Stueve Siegel Hanson; Attorney General of Kansas; District Court Judge, Seventh Judicial District of Kansas; Associate and Partner, Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman; Law Clerk, Judge Deanell Tacha, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit.


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