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Williams, a native of Mount Pleasant, received his Juris Doctor from the University of Iowa College of Law and his Masters of Law from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. Williams served nearly two decades as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Northern District of Iowa. As the chief ...
School of Law Interim Dean Barbara Glesner-Fines delivered the last presentation. Being the only applicant coming from UMKC faculty, many professors favored Glesner-Fines' ideas for the law school and trusted her vision. Through her exposition, Glesner-Fines reflected on the many positive attributes ...

Knowledge@Wharton spoke to Wharton professor of operations, information and decisions Gerard Cachon, Wharton management professor Daniel Raff and William K. Black, associate professor of economics and law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, about what lies ahead for ...
Hospital Partners' lawyer, Anthony Dylan Gauldin, did not return calls. Gauldin, who received his law degree last year from UMKC School of Law, lists himself as chief legal counsel at EmpowerHMS, one of many companies associated with Perez. The battle over control of Putnam County Memorial Hospital ...
He is a native of Andrew County, earned degrees at the University of Missouri-Columbia and the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, and has been practicing law in St. Joseph ever since. His practice includes complex commercial and business litigation and dispute resolution. Wright also has ...
Dee Wampler - earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri School of Law-Columbia. He specializes ... Joseph Passanise - obtained Juris Doctor degree, with Honors, from Washburn University School of Law. ... Scott Pierson - obtained his Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Law.

“The Exonerated: Surviving Justice” was sponsored by the Innocence Clinic, a joint project between the MU and University of Missouri-Kansas City schools of law ... UMKC Assistant Clinical Professor Lindsay Runnels said the students in the clinic investigate cases in which the Midwest Innocence Project is ...
The recent debate at the Kansas City Council and in The Star's opinion pages over whether the city should proceed with plans to spend $17.5 million to subsidize development of the Three Light apartment complex without requiring any on-site affordable housing has been important. Yet the one-off nature ...
Ben Bolin, formerly of St. Joseph and a student at UMKC School of Law, competed as part of the UMKC team at the Annual Patent Drafting Competition Feb. 23 and 24 in Detroit. The team of three students was given a disclosure for an invention for which they then drafted a patent application from the ...
... digital communications and learning initiatives librarian at University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law. They spoke about the advances their respective institutions have made in bringing virtual reality to their students and colleagues. According to Ajmi, trial advocacy classes at UMKC Law have been ...
Sean O'Brien, a University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law professor and former public defender, said most defendants would prefer to have a judge decide whether there's probable cause because defendants can be present during the hearing and learn more about the prosecution's case against ...
LAWRENCE – A team of University of Kansas School of Law students will compete in the finals of the National Transactional LawMeet next month after ... of Denver, University of Oklahoma, University of Southern California, University of Texas, University of Utah and University of Missouri-Kansas City.
"There's not really a cohesive rationale for alimony," said Mary Kay Kisthardt, a professor of law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. "In any given state, we're not sure what we're trying to do." For the last 75 years, however, one rule was clear: Alimony was deductible for the payer, and ...
(File photo): Chief Magistrate Judge CJ Williams (left) and U.S. District (File photo): Chief Magistrate Judge CJ Williams (left) and U.S. District Court Judge Leonard Strand (right) listen during a ceremony honoring U.S. District Court Chief Judge Linda Reade (center) for her years of service as at the U.S. ...
Miller is a graduate of Rockhurst High School, the University of Kansas and UMKC School of Law. Perhaps most significantly, he is a graduate of St. John LaLande School in his boyhood town of Blue Springs. Growing up, his mom was a Methodist and his dad, a Lutheran. He attended both services. “I don't ...
"There's not really a cohesive rationale for alimony," said Mary Kay Kisthardt, a professor of law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. "In any given state, we're not sure what we're trying to do." For the last 75 years, however, one rule was clear: Alimony was deductible for the payer, and ...
Nearly a year after the announcement that Ellen Suni would step down from her post as dean of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, the school has launched a search for its next dean. The full search committee, co-chaired by Professor David Achtenberg and Assistant U.S. Attorney ...

Kansas City Councilwoman Jolie Justus confirmed her intention to seek the Kansas City mayor's office in 2019. Justus made the announcement during an event supporting Tuesday's KCI referendum at the UMKC School of Law on Wednesday. The fourth district councilwoman filed campaign committee ...
Lamonte McIntyre defies expectations. After he spent 23 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, some might assume McIntyre would be angry or bitter. However, he countered this perception Wednesday night when he swaggered up to a podium in the UMKC School of Law, thanked God and smiled at ...
The UMKC School of Law lobby filled with law students clad in blazers and armed with thick notepads. Though they chatted about papers and research projects, these students didn't gather for class or extra credit—instead, they united to provide free document assistance to DACA applicants. The Trump ...
University of Missouri-Kansas City law students are helping young people who were brought to the country illegally as children renew their work-study authorization ahead of an ... The UMKC School of Law has been holding clinics to help DACA recipients renew their legal status before an Oct. 5 deadline.
So on Saturday, Pieters, Isaac and two family friends, LeAhnna Seals, 13, and Erin Seals, 12, woke up early to attend a “Know Your Rights” event hosted by the UMKC School of Law and the Kansas City Youth Court. The youth court — in which high school volunteers actually represent juveniles, prosecute ...
WHAT: The University of Missouri School of Law is hosting “The Exonerated: Surviving Justice,” a discussion about wrongful convictions with ... The event is sponsored by the Innocence Clinic, a joint project between the MU School of Law, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law and the ...
Kobach's Behavior During Recent Trial Prompts Ethics Complaint From Overland Park Lawyer. By Dan Margolies • 3 hours ago. TweetShareGoogle+Email. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach speaking last year at UMKC School of Law, where he once taught constitutional law. Dan Margolies / Kansas News Service ...


 

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