KU Law Magazine
Winter 2021 | Jayhawk Judges
In the winter 2021 issue of KU Law Magazine, we highlight four alumni judges. They represent a small sampling of KU Law graduates serving in the judiciary. The issue also includes a 25th anniversary celebration of the Tribal Law & Government Center. Plus alumni news and the Volunteer Honor Roll.
Winter 2021 KU Law Magazine
Jayhawk Judges: Hon. Jacy Hurst, L’07
For Jacy Hurst, becoming a judge was a childhood dream. It was a path the Lawrence, Kansas native would come back to after years of litigation practice. Hurst joined in the Kansas Court of Appeals in 2021.
Jayhawk Judges: Hon. Mary Beck Briscoe, L’73
During her nearly five-decade legal career, Mary Beck Briscoe has handled thousands of cases and held multiple groundbreaking appointments. And despite taking senior status in 2021, Judge Briscoe hasn’t slowed down.
Jayhawk Judges: Hon. Amy Fellows Cline, L’00
Joining the Kansas Court of Appeals in February 2021 was a final step toward being ‘100% in public service,’ says Amy Fellows Cline. Before joining the court, Cline practiced in a range of areas across Kansas.
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KU Law's Global Impact: Jayhawk lawyers, scholars work all over the world