More news

Sixteen Dean’s Fellows to mentor first-year students for 2023-2024

Sixteen students from the University of Kansas School of Law have been chosen to be Dean’s Fellows for the 2023-2024 academic year.

KU Law welcomes Class of 2026

The University of Kansas School of Law welcomed the Class of 2026 to Green Hall in August. This year’s incoming class is made up of 115 J.D. students from 18 states and 54 undergraduate institutions.

University to host Tribal Sovereignty Speaker Series in November

The KU Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging will host a Tribal Sovereignty Speaker Series over the month of November in celebration of Native American Heritage Month.

Paper shows story of legal heroes solving crisis of 1929 stock market crash was a myth

A University of Kansas School of Law professor has published new work on the "lost history" of mandatory disclosure, contradicting the common origin story of how the U.S. government began regulating business in the years following the stock market crash of 1929.

KU Law to host inaugural Well-Being Summit

The University of Kansas School of Law will host a summit with national experts in the field of well-being within the legal profession, both as a resource for KU Law students to learn self-care early on and for the broader legal community.

KU Law School earns top-4 Best Value ranking

The University of Kansas School of Law is the No. 4 Best Value Law School in the country, according to National Jurist magazine.

New book 'Trade War' examines causes, history of conflict between US, China

With no resolution in sight for the trade war between the United States and China, a new book from a University of Kansas international trade law expert examines where the conflict may lead and its consequences thus far while also providing a critical historical and legal analysis of how it started.

KU Law announces new and promoted faculty

This fall, KU Law welcomed the newest member our of faculty and announced promotions for two more professors.

Law Review Symposium to revisit the landmark housing trial Shelley v. Kraemer

On Oct. 13, the 2023 Kansas Law Review Symposium will host a panel of scholars from across the country to revisit the case and discuss what issues are still in play 75 years later.

University Honors Program announces new faculty appointments

The University Honors Program has named a new associate director and selected three new Honors Faculty Fellows to begin in the fall semester. 

Media Contact

Julie Francisco
Director of External Affairs

Get started

Ready to discover the value of a degree from KU Law? Start your application, schedule a visit and learn why KU Law is a great place to be.