Alice A. Craig

Attorney, Project for Innocence & Post-Conviction Remedies
Instructor, Trial Advocacy and Mock Trial
Primary office:
785-864-5333
409D Green Hall


Alice Craig joined KU Law in April 2004 as an attorney in the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies. The Project represents state and federal prisoners in appellate and post-conviction litigation in state and federal courts. As an attorney in the Project, Craig supervises students in their casework and co-teaches the classroom component of the clinic.

Prior to joining the faculty, Craig worked for the Appellate Defender Office for several years before moving to litigation. She served as a trial attorney for the 10th Judicial District Public Defender, Jenab & Kuchar LLC, and the Kansas Death Penalty Defense Unit. She received a bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Kansas in a 1990 and her law degree from KU in 1995.

Courses Taught:
  • Trial Advocacy
  • Mock Trial
  • Project for Innocence & Post-Conviction Remedies

Education

J.D., B.S.B., Kansas, 1995, 1990.

Why KU
  • Top 25 among public law schools — Business Insider
  • KU’s Project for Innocence: 2 wrongfully convicted citizens serving life sentences freed in 2015
  • 7,700+ alumni in all 50 states, D.C., 3 U.S. territories, and 20 foreign countries
  • 91 percent overall employment rate for Class of 2015 – top 23.3 percent nationally
  • 23rd in the nation for most-improved employment rates
  • One-third of full-time faculty have written casebooks and treatises
  • 25th nationwide for lowest debt at graduation
  • 21st: “Best Schools for Practical Training”
  • 77 percent of upper-level law classes have 25 or fewer students
  • National Champions: 2016 National Native American Law Students Association Moot Court Competition
  • #19 moot court program in the nation
  • #17 “best value” law school in the nation — National Jurist Magazine