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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. 

KU series on wellness in democracy resumes, centering Ogallala Aquifer and human decision-making

A collaborative series at the University of Kansas that centers misinformation, disinformation and the wellness of democracy resumes in fall 2023 with a program about the Ogallala Aquifer.

University Honors Program names law professor as faculty fellow

An Associate Professor of Law has been appointed as a Faculty Fellow with the University of Kansas Honors Program.

Two Jayhawks Selected for Douglas County Legal Diversity Fellowship

Two University of Kansas School of Law students have been selected as the first fellows for the new Douglas County Legal Diversity Fellowship. Helen On, third-year law student, and Dahlia Denton, second-year law student, will be working with local businesses in Douglas County during the 2023-2024…

'Understanding Islamic Law' book thoroughly updates text on changing legal world

A University of Kansas international trade law expert has written the third edition of his landmark 2011 text, “Understanding Islamic Law (Shari’a),” thoroughly updating it to account for the shifting legal and geopolitical landscape.

Law professor writes that supreme court ruling allowing 'self-intervention' is in error, poses new problems

The popular television show where people confront their loved ones to help address addiction is called “Intervention,” not “Self-Intervention.” Because an intervention requires other parties. Or does it?

KU Law's moot court program ranks in top 10 for first time

The University of Kansas School of Law’s moot court program is 10th in the nation, according to rankings published recently by the University of Houston Law Center.

New book guides law students, lawyers through 'principles of arbitration law'

A University of Kansas professor of law is lead author of a new book about arbitration law, covering topics ranging from everyday user agreements to access websites and apps to high-profile celebrity cases.

KU Law students make 2023 honor roll for pro bono service

Sixty-three University of Kansas School of Law students provided 1,927 hours of free legal services during the 2022-2023 academic year, earning a spot on KU Law’s Pro Bono Honor Roll.

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