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KU Law students offer assistance with free tax preparation

Do you know if you're eligible for free tax preparation services? The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program will prepare free tax returns for residents of Douglas County through Tax Day.

'Transparency for Thee, Not for Me': Study Shows SEC Mounting Secrecy About Whistleblower Program

The nation's leading financial regulator is facing a transparency crisis of its own.

Courage, Accountability, Persistence: Hard Fought Lessons in Sports and Social Justice

The Dru Mort Sampson Center for Diversity and Inclusion hosts its first event

KU Legal Aid Clinic, Douglas County DA's Office and Lawrence Public Library to host criminal record expungement clinic

The University of Kansas School of Law's Legal Aid Clinic will host a Clean Slate Criminal Record Expungement clinic this spring in partnership with the Douglas County District Attorney's Office and the Lawrence Public Library

Law Journal to explore the barriers formerly incarcerated people face for successful re-entry

The United States continues to have one of the highest recidivism rates in the world. How can formerly incarcerated people successfully re-enter society when so many barriers have been put in place against them?

Professor testifies to U.K. House of Commons on human rights

Raj Bhala, Brenneisen Distinguished Professor, recently testified to the House of Commons International Trade Committee about the use of free trade agreements to advance the rights of women and LGBTQ+ individuals. 

KU Law student wins grant, plans on serving Salina community

Lindsay McQuinn, a third-year law student, will practice in Salina after receiving a rural law practice grant from the Kansas Farm Bureau.

KU disinformation and democracy series resumes in spring 2023

The University of Kansas collaborative series that centers misinformation, disinformation and the wellness of democracy will continue in the spring 2023 semester. Associate Professor Najarian Peters co-leads the series.

Law expert argues in print, before judges to follow arbitration precedent, not 'outlier' rulings

Professor Stephen Ware has written an article and spoken at judicial and academic conferences urging courts to follow the many precedents enforcing arbitration agreements notwithstanding “rejection” in bankruptcy.

KU Law earns top-15 Best Value ranking

KU Law is the No. 13 Best Value Law School, according to National Jurist. The rankings recognize affordable law schools whose graduates do well on the bar exam and find law jobs.

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