Tag: KU Law Magazine 2020

Through Difficulty

The KU Law community responds to a pandemic through work, service and community leadership Mayors who have helped lead their city’s response. A legislative analyst who was deployed to share information about the virus in the early days …

Leading cities through crisis

Alumni mayors apply legal training to public service From the early days of the city’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Jennifer Ananda knew everyone in Lawrence, Kansas would need to work together. The coordinated response started with …

Access to Justice organizations respond to pandemic

KU Law alumni address increased legal needs of low-income Americans Legal aid organizations across the nation provided legal assistance to low-income individuals and promoted equal access to justice throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The organizations continued to provide legal …

Navigating public health policy

Alumni step up to minimize the spread of COVID-19 University of Kansas School of Law alumni are navigating public health policy in their workplaces to help minimize the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and direct their teams toward …

KU Law adapts to a pandemic

Changes to instruction, summer experiences and operations Over a few weeks in March, colleges and universities across the country moved their classes, students, faculty – everything – from on-campus to online. It was the beginning of a shift …

From Green Hall to City Hall

Mayor Quinton Lucas balances roles as law lecturer and Kansas City leader during pandemic This spring, students at the University of Kansas School of Law had the unique opportunity to learn Local Government Law from the current mayor …