Tag: Graduation Profile

Graduate Profile: Brett Sitts, L’20

Active student took on law school with an open mind For students considering law school, Brett Sitts has this advice: “Keep an open mind and stay true to yourself.” That’s how Sitts, who graduated from the University of …

Graduate Profile: TJ Blake, L’20

TJ Blake, L’20 Student succeeds with engagement outside the classroom TJ Blake took a tireless approach to law school. From spending late nights preparing for moot court competitions to serving as managing editor for the Kansas Law Review, …

Graduate Profile: Tara Mollhagen Shepherd, L’20

Tara A. Mollhagen Shepherd, L’20 Exemplary student to pursue career in business and tax law Tara A. Mollhagen Shepherd, L’20, plans to use what she learned in the classroom at the University of Kansas School of Law to …

Graduate Profile: Sasha Raab, L’20

Nontraditional student balances law school, being a mom When Sasha Raab sat for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), her daughter Edith was six weeks old. Now, Raab is wrapping up her law school career in the top …

Graduate Profile: Harrison Rosenthal, L’20

Dual-degree student pursues law, journalism and well-being On the way to earning KU degrees in law and journalism, recent graduate Harrison Rosenthal made well-being a priority. In 2018, he founded the Mindfulness in Law Society of the University …

Graduate Profile: Terra Brockman, L’20

Outstanding graduate distinguishes herself through leadership, service Terra Brockman has distinguished herself through leadership and service at the University of Kansas School of Law. Brockman, a third-year law student, will graduate this month. She has led the student …

Graduate Profile: Cara Beck, L’20

Dedicated student is headed to federal clerkship after graduation Cara Beck’s favorite memory of her time in Green Hall is a noisy one. Her 1L small section, taught by Professor Ellen Sward, was competing in the 2017 Barber …

Graduate Profile: Denise Dantzler, L’20

Accomplished student to pursue career in patent law Third-year law student Denise Dantzler is a trailblazer. Dantzler was the first woman of color to serve as the editor-in-chief of the Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy, which …