Graduate Profile: Dylan Dupre, L’24

Former member of the Marine Corps continues life of service in criminal justice Balancing life and a law degree is no small feat, yet KU Law students take on heavy burdens in order to follow their passions and help their community or their country. Dylan Dupre is no exception. Prior to attending law school, Dupre served as a member of …

Graduate Profile: Megan Gannon, L’24

Student finds balance between art and law When Megan Gannon began her journey at Green Hall, studying art law felt like a dream, but as she is about to graduate, she reflects on how her dream became a reality. Gannon has always loved art. “There is something about getting lost in a work of art that reminds of you what …

My Thoughts on the Walk

Thoughts on a 46-year-old KU Law Tradition Overcast skies and wind gusts didn’t deter Dean Mazza’s lead of some 20+ law students to “Old” Green Hall. It’s a tradition held each spring for the last 46 years and counting. The walk itself didn’t last too long—though you’re going uphill, it goes by quickly with classmates you’ve known since day one …

30 Years of VITA

KU Law celebrates 30 years of helping the community with free tax preparation Nothing in life is certain except for death and taxes. For the last 30 years at KU Law, one more thing has been certain: the VITA clinic. Started in 1994, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) was created to connect law students with the community and …