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KU Law, Wichita State partner to expand accelerated bachelor's, law degree program

Wichita State is the third Regents university to partner with KU Law’s LEAD program. LEAD program students earn a bachelor’s degree and a KU Law degree in six years instead of seven.

Proposed law changes show less financial transparency may be good in some cases, professor writes

A new study by KU Law Associate Professor Alexander Platt examines ways that SEC regulations on institutional investor disclosures can shape the corporate governance ecosystem.

KU Law ranks 16th for faculty scholarly impact among public law schools

Law ranks 16th in the nation among public law schools and 40th overall for scholarly impact, according to a new study. The study measures scholarly impact based on law journal citations to the work of tenured faculty members over the past five years.

Law professor named co-principal investigator in inaugural year of digital storytelling grant project

Najarian R. Peters has been selected to be one of two lead co-principal investigators in the inaugural year of a three-year, $1,478,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Two KU Law faculty members recognized for teaching excellence

KU Law professors Kyle Velte and Betsy Brand Six are among nine faculty members at the University of Kansas being recognized as winners of annual distinguished teaching awards.

KU Law reports graduate employment over 90% for seventh consecutive year

Overall employment for the KU Law Class of 2020 was 93.1%, making this the seventh consecutive year for graduate employment over 90%. KU Law is among the top quarter of law schools nationwide for overall employment.

Kansas City law firm establishes scholarship for underrepresented students at KU Law

Stueve Siegel Hanson, a Kansas City law firm has given a $1 million gift to establish a scholarship for Black students at the University of Kansas School of Law.

Law professor: SCOTUS ruling leaves intact antidiscrimination law for religious exemptions

Kyle Velte, a law expert on discrimination, employment and sexual orientation, is available to speak with media about a Supreme Court ruling on an antidiscrimination case.

Study: Brexit was 'historic debacle' in which the UK failed to protect its interests

A new study from a KU international trade law expert argues that, regardless of what one feels of the decision for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, Brexit's implementation has been “a historic debacle.”

KU Law's moot court program ranks 13th in the nation

KU Law's moot court program is 13th in the nation, according to recent rankings. This is the higher ranking KU's program has received. The program has finished in the top 30 nationally for the past six years.

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