Tag: Kansas Law Review

Graduate Profile: Dahnika Short, L’22

Background in health care inspired student to attend law school A passion for health care ultimately inspired non-traditional law student Dahnika Short to attend the University of Kansas School of Law. After graduation, she will continue her journey …

Graduate Profile: Ashlyn Shultz, L’22

Mentoring first-year students was a standout experience for KU Law banner carrier The first year of law school is full of challenges. For Ashlyn Shultz, learning how to overcome those challenges – and passing that knowledge on to …

Graduate Profile: Parker Bednasek, L’22

Law Review editor-in-chief was ‘raised to be a Jayhawk’ Law school has kept Parker Bednasek busy. As editor-in-chief of the Kansas Law Review, Bednasek was responsible for representing the University of Kansas School of Law in legal academia. …

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: 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 …

Taking the lead: Meet KU Law’s student publication editors

Third-year law students Denise Dantzler and Joy Merklen are embracing their roles as editor-in-chief for each of the law school’s two student-edited publications. Merklen leads the Kansas Law Review, and Dantzler heads up the Kansas Journal of Law …