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Magazine for Alumni & Friends | Fall 2010

Transitions Meet the Interim DeAN

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KU Law Magazine is published biannually for alumni and friends of the University of Kansas School of Law. Green Hall, 1535 W. 15th St. Lawrence, KS 66045-7608 785.864.4550 Fax: 785.864.5054 www.law.ku.edu INTERIM DEAN Stephen Mazza Editor & Designer Mindie Paget kulaws@ku.edu 785.864.9205 Contributors Sandy Patti Photos David McKinney Mindie Paget Steve Puppe Spencer Research Library University Relations RIGHT: KU Law Professor Martin Dickinson regales students — mostly 3Ls on the verge of graduation — with stories about the law school’s history during the annual Walk to Old Green Hall, the school’s former home. The Jimmy Green statue and Fraser Hall are shown in the background.

Contents

KU law magazine | Fall 2010

FEATURES

departments 6 ON THE GREEN News briefs: Law school named ‘best value’;

tribal law conference; CITA papers and more

10 Student News

Student awards and images of graduation

12 Faculty MILESTONES Law school bids farewell to two veteran

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professors, welcomes new and visiting faculty, and congratulates recently promoted faculty

16 Faculty Notes

Cover story

TRANSITIONS An interview with Interim Dean Stephen Mazza launches a fall magazine centered around the theme of transitions.

Publications, presentations and other notable activities by KU Law faculty

25 Alumni News Distinguished Alumni named; Medallion

donors honored; reunions celebrated

30 Alumni Notes Alumni win awards, change jobs, get married

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Journey to J.D.

going solo

Thirteen Kansas high school

Recent alumni find satisfaction

students began their journey to the

in leaving larger firms — or just

legal profession this summer with

graduating law school — and

KU’s inaugural pipeline camp.

opening their own practices.

and welcome new family members

34 THE WAY WE WERE The Walk to Old Green Hall 35 Letter from the Dean Message from Interim Dean Stephen Mazza 36 Donor Report Recognition of fiscal year 2010 donors 45 In Memoriam Deaths in the KU Law family

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his issue of KU Law Magazine is all about transitions. It contains stories about two beloved professors who retired just as two new faces joined the faculty and two outstanding current faculty members earned tenure and distinction. It also features the chronicles of alumni who have opened their own law firms — some solo, some very small — to begin the first or next phase of their legal careers in the midst of challenging economic times. But first we hear from Stephen Mazza, who recently took the helm as interim dean while the search commences for a new leader to guide the KU School of Law to a bright future.

cC Get to know Interim Dean Stephen Mazza What brought you to the legal profession and, subsequently, to KU Law? Dad’s real estate office in downtown Huntsville, Ala., where I grew up, was right next to an office with about five attorneys who did mostly criminal law. We used to go hunting with one of the lawyers, and he ended up hiring me to work in the office. Dad admired the fellow, and so did I, so I guess that’s what led me to think about law school. After I announced during my second year of law school that I wanted to be a tax lawyer, Dad seemed a bit disappointed. I think he wanted me to be a criminal lawyer like his friends. Even after I got a job offer in the tax group at a major law firm in Atlanta, Dad insisted that I speak to the lawyers in the office next door to him about a job. Much to Dad’s disappointment, I went with the Atlanta offer. The job offer in Atlanta came during law school. The firm wanted me to start right

after graduation, but I wanted to spend a year at NYU getting my tax LL.M. The firm deferred my starting date, and I spent a wonderful year in New York City. Just before graduating NYU, one of the faculty members approached me about staying on as an acting assistant professor. The “APP” or “Ape” position, as it’s called at NYU, allows one grad each year to return to the law school to teach for two years on a non-tenure track basis. I decided that I needed some practice experience, so I declined to pursue the position. I went to work in Atlanta, but the thought of being a professor never left my mind. Eventually, I decided to contact the folks at NYU about the position. They had an opening and, thankfully, they offered me the job. My first class at NYU was a four-credit corporate tax class with over 100 students. I think I was the youngest person in the room. Luckily for me, my receding hairline made me look much older than I was, so

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I don’t think anyone knew. I enjoyed the classroom experience, the students seemed to like it as well, and I appreciated the fact that I could spend my days thinking

law. For example, in my three-credit Taxation of Mergers & Acquisitions class, in addition to learning some of the most complex law in the tax code, we spend time throughout the semester deconstructing a merger agreement. We talk about negotiating representations and warranties, performing due diligence and crafting indemnity agreements. I don’t know why I didn’t encounter these concepts in law school, but I want to make sure that my students do.

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What makes KU Law special?

Interim Dean Stephen Mazza, center, visits with Frank Hursh, L’53, and Mary Alice Hursh during the 50/50+ Reunion dinner in April. and writing about topics that would not have been billable at the law firm. Once my two years at NYU were finished, the school helped me get a tenure-track position and, eventually, I came to KU.

Are you teaching while serving as interim dean? Although some of my colleagues think I’m crazy, I will teach one course each semester. I became a professor largely because I enjoy classroom teaching, and the notion that I would go a semester or a year without conducting a course seemed odd to me. I also got some advice from former Dean Martin Dickinson. He told me that, as the interim dean, the only hours during the week when I would have some control over my schedule would be while I was in class. That’s proving to be wise advice.

What do you enjoy about teaching the law? The short answer is the students. I’ve now been at KU Law long enough to see many of my former students become partners at law firms and major players in the legal profession. I didn’t remain in private practice long enough to make partner, so I’m still really impressed by that. I have different teaching goals in different classes. In the basic tax class, I want students to learn a lot of tax law, but I also want them to think about how the tax code affects savings and investment decisions, how tax incentives affect different income groups differently and how the tax code got so complicated. As a result, we spend quite a bit of time talking about policy issues. In my upper-level classes, I try to teach the students concepts and information that I think will be helpful to them when they start practicing

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Aside from the great students, it’s the incredibly talented and dedicated faculty at KU Law. We’re not large enough to support professors who are only going to do scholarship or who think of their teaching as a distraction. KU Law professors must be both great scholars and great classroom teachers. I’m proud to count myself among such a talented group of folks. I’m also proud to be part of a school with such a dedicated group of alumni. Before taking the interim dean position, I didn’t fully realize just how generous our alumni and other supporters are with their time and funds. Our reputation was built on the accomplishments of these talented individuals, and their generosity supports our future.

What would your current and former students be surprised to know about you? That I’m not as much of a jerk as my teacher evaluations would suggest. I know I call on students randomly in class and I won’t let them use laptop computers during class, but I do that because I think it makes them better law students. You don’t have to agree with me, but I do genuinely believe that students learn more when they have an incentive to read the material before class and they pay attention. Now that I see it in writing, this does sound a little jerky. But I’m still going to do it.

What goals have you set for the law school during this interim period? For some initiatives, it’s appropriate to put those on hold until a new dean takes the helm. For others, because of their urgency or importance, we can’t afford to wait. For instance, fundraising is something we can’t ignore. The private support of our alumni allows us to make scholarship offers, bring in speakers and conduct events that benefit our students. Many of these initiatives would be impossible without the generous support of our donors. While most folks lament the fact that we have to conduct a dean search, it does present an opportunity for the school to think about where it is and where it wants to go in the future. We learn a lot preparing to interview the candidates,

gathering feedback from those involved in the process and debating among ourselves who might be the best candidate to lead the law school to even greater prominence.

What is the school looking for in its new dean? I suspect that you would get different answers from different groups. As a general matter, a law school dean must be a great administrator, a great fundraiser and

“I didn’t fully realize just how generous our alumni and other supporters are with their time and funds.” someone who is committed to the continued success of the KU School of Law. It’s not an easy job. It requires a lot of energy and dedication. Whoever the dean turns out to be, he or she will be responsible for a great institution that has the capacity and desire to be even greater. — An honors graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law, Mazza received his LL.M. from New York University School of Law. He joined the KU Law faculty in 1998. c C

The search is on The search committee tasked with finding a new dean for the KU School of Law is conducting a nationwide search. Chris Drahozal, the John M. Rounds Distinguished Professor of Law and associate dean for research and faculty development, is chair of the committee. Other members are Mike Kautsch, professor of law; Laura Hines, professor of law; John Head, Robert W. Wagstaff Distinguished Professor of Law; Melanie Wilson, associate professor of law; Pam Keller, clinical associate professor of law; Todd Rogers, assistant dean for career services; John Gaunt, dean of the School of Architecture, Design and Planning; Mary Lee Hummert, vice provost for faculty development; Derrick Darby, associate professor of philosophy; Ganesh Nair, a second-year law student from Alexandria,Va.; and William Sampson, a 1971 KU Law graduate and partner in Shook, Hardy & Bacon. The committee began reviewing candidates on Sept. 1 and hopes to have a new dean in place for the 2011-12 academic year.

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green hall news

On the green KU ranked No. 5 among ‘best value’ law schools

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The University of Kansas School of Law is the No. 5 “best value” law school in the nation, according to the October issue of preLaw magazine.

Law schools are honored if they meet four criteria: their bar pass rate is higher SEPT than the state average; their average indebtedness is below $100,000; their employment rate nine months after graduation is 85 percent or higher; and tuition is less than $35,000 a year for in-state residents.

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February 11, 2010 | 2 pm to 4:30 pm | University of Kansas School of Law February 12, 2010 | 9 am to 3 pm | Prairie Band Casino & Resort

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Joint conference, symposium offers broad look at Indian law Get video and audio of conference speakers at www.law.ku.edu/fall10

Two preeminent scholars in the field of federal Indian law opened the 14th annual Tribal Law and Government Conference at the KU School of Law.

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preLaw’s fall issue ranks the top 20 schools and assigns a letter grade to the other 40 honorees. “Our current students and alumni know the outstanding value they’ve received from their tuition dollars,” Mazza said, “and it’s nice to let others know that you don’t have to spend $40,000 a year in tuition to receive a high-quality law degree.”

IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE 10TH ANNUAL

NATIVE NATIONS LAW SYMPOSIUM

Other presentations included: n “Indian Gaming Now: Law, Policy, and Politics in the Next Decade,” Kathryn Rand, University of North Dakota School of Law n “Ethical Considerations for Tribal

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“With tuition and cost of living expenses outpacing entry-level salaries, it is more important than ever for prospective law students to take into account value,” said Jack Crittenden, editor and founder of preLaw magazine and its sister publication, the National Jurist.

Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, published “Native America, Discovered and Conquered: Thomas Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and Manifest Destiny” in 2008. His talk on the “Doctrine of Discovery in American Indian Law” sprung from that book. Krakoff, associate dean for research at Colorado, provided “A Realistic Assessment of the Role of Federal Courts in Federal Indian Law.”

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This is the second year in a row the law school has been honored by preLaw, jumping 16 spots from No. 21. “This is a ranking we value because it is consistent with the primary mission of the law school: to provide a high-quality legal education that is affordable to students,” said Interim Dean Stephen Mazza. “The rankings also reflect the dedication of our outstanding faculty and the hard work of our career services office.”

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news briefs By Mindie Paget

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Robert J. Miller of Lewis and Clark Law School and Sarah Krakoff of the University of Colorado Law School gave talks on Feb. 11 at Green Hall and were joined the following day by other scholars and practitioners covering topics of interest to those studying or practicing tribal law at the 10th annual Native Nations Law Symposium at the Prairie Band Casino and Resort in Mayetta, Kan.

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Courts, Practice and Governance,” Elizabeth Kronk, University of Montana School of Law and chief appellate judge, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians n “Estate Planning and the American Indian Probate Reform Act,” Douglas R. Nash, Seattle University School of Law n “Tribal Trust Accounting and Mismanagement Litigation,” Melody McCoy, Native American Rights Fund n Roundtable discussion: “The Kansas Act and Recent Case Decisions Impacting Tribal Court Jurisdiction,” Stacy Leeds, KU; Aliza Organick, Washburn University School of Law; and Mark Dodd and Vivien Olsen, Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation tribal attorneys

The conference and symposium were sponsored by the KU School of Law, the Native Nations Law Symposium (co-sponsored by Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas, Iowa Tribe and Sac and Fox Nation) and the Washburn Law Clinic at the Washburn University School of Law.

Trade, ag center issues call for new working papers series The Center for International Trade and Agriculture at the University of Kansas School of Law is soliciting submissions

for its new working papers series, to be published on the CITA website. The project generally seeks “country-specific” papers that will provide a brief overview of issues relating to trade and agriculture in particular countries. Papers on any topic concerning trade and agriculture will also be considered. Submissions are welcome from scholars, practitioners and other professionals and observers interested in international trade and agriculture. The series aims to build a set of concise working papers that identify and address issues relating to international trade and agriculture in a range of countries – one country at a time – written by persons who are particularly well-positioned to provide such a useful summation. Complete guidelines are available on the CITA website at www.law.ku.edu/centers/cita.

Alumna to serve as fellow to KU Law’s medical-legal clinic A spring 2010 graduate of the University of Kansas School of Law has been selected as the newest fellow to the school’s Family Health Care Legal Services Clinic. Eunice Lee-Ahn will serve in that capacity for 11 months through a postgraduate fellowship program established with a three-year grant from the Sunflower Foundation of Topeka. The program, entering its second year, enables the law school to expand and enhance the medical-legal partnership model in Kansas.

can offer in both learning and entrepreneurial opportunities, such as cultivating scholarship in the area, building community partnerships, shaping the program and its missions, working with student legal interns and practicing law with a diverse population,” she said. Medical-legal partnerships aim to improve the health and well-being of individuals and families by integrating legal assistance into the medical setting. The law school launched its Family Health Care Legal Services Clinic in January 2008 in partnership with Southwest Boulevard Family Health Care in Kansas City, Kan. Working under faculty and clinic staff supervision, law students provide legal assistance to clients referred to them through the medical clinic, engaging in interviewing, counseling, negotiation and other aspects of the legal process. In Summer 2009, the clinic expanded its model to create the Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas in Pittsburg. A native of Seoul, South Korea, Lee-Ahn earned a bachelor’s in philosophy from the University of Michigan, a master’s in Korean studies form Yonsei University and a joint degree in social work and law from KU.

MORE ONLINE You can find a “flippable” electronic version of this magazine, as well as photo galleries, podcasts and videos that complement stories in this issue, online at www.law.ku.edu/fall10. Highlights include: n Audio of 1980 alumna Judge Janice Miller Karlin’s graduation speech n Photo galleries from the Dean’s Club/Medallion Dinner and graduation You can keep up with us year-round on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the KU Law Blog.Visit www.law.ku.edu and look for these icons:

“We are thrilled to have Eunice as the second Medical-Legal Partnership PostGraduate Fellow,” said Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, professor of law and director of the clinic. “Her joint degrees in law and social work make her perfect for the position. She has considerable law clinic experience working with Douglas County Legal Aid during law school. Her social work perspective and training will be invaluable assets working with clients, medical partners, attorneys and students.” Lee-Ahn said she had aspired to the position since its creation last year. “The fellowship is incredible in what it

Eunice Lee-Ahn, L’10, is the newest fellow to KU Law’s Family Health Care Legal Services Clinic.

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green hall news

Karen Hester, director of diversity and inclusion, front, and Jelani Jefferson Exum, associate profesor of law, front row right, led KU Law students who gave 13 Kansas high school students an introduction to the study of law and the legal profession during the inaugural Journey to J.D. in June.

Starting a Journey to J.D. Kansas high school students gain exposure to law at inaugural camp By Mindie Paget

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hirteen Kansas high school students got a taste of law school and careers in the legal profession during the inaugural Journey to J.D. at the University of Kansas School of Law.

The students converged on Green Hall June 6-12, 2010, for the camp, designed to support, mentor and encourage diverse students entering their junior year of high school to attend college and, ultimately, law school and pursue legal opportunities in the region.

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According to the students, the experience proved intense. “This definitely was more reality than what I thought it was going to be,” said Ameenah Johnson, a student at Sumner Academy in Kansas City, Kan. “I went to a few camps and they just like to show you a little bit, but here you got to see a more realistic view as to how law really is. Now I feel like I can really pursue it, and I know that I would be good at some type of law.”

The students dove headlong into a rigorous week of studies and travel, beginning with a team-building exercise at a Clinton Lake challenge course. They spent three full days in the classroom, learning basic legal principles from current law students serving as teaching assistants. During a Tuesday trip to Topeka, the students visited the Brown v. Board of How to help Education site, toured the Capitol and dropped in on the If you would like to make a Kansas Judicial Center, where donation or your company Kansas Appeals Court Judge would like be a sponsor for Joseph Pierron, L’71, walked Journey to J.D., please contact them through a role-playing Noelle Uhler at nuhler@ku.edu. exercise to demonstrate the laws governing searches The program also needs and seizures. mentors working in the legal profession to stay in touch with Kansas City was the students and help them secure destination on Thursday. The students visited the law summer internships. school’s Family Health Care Legal Services Clinic, the Watch a Journey to J.D. law firm of Stinson Morripromotional video at www.law.ku.edu/fall10 son Hecker and the Kansas Speedway, where 1994 KU Law graduate Pat Warren recently became track president. The students also had an opportunity to meet alumni and other legal professionals during a Wednesday evening barbecue at Green Hall. Chris Abraham appreciated the exposure to lawyers working in a variety of areas. “All of them told us that no matter what we major in for our undergrad, we can still go to law school,” said Abraham, a student at Northeast Magnet High School in Wichita. “And with a law degree, you can do so many different things. If you’re a chemistry major, you can be a lawyer in the science field.” The law school’s alumni Diversity Council devised the idea for Journey to J.D., its version of the kinds of “pipeline” programs popularly employed by law schools and the legal profession to diversify legal education and the workforce. Karen Hester, director of diversity and inclusion, organized and oversaw the camp as program director, and associate professor Jelani Jefferson Exum served as faculty adviser. Major corporate and institutional sponsors included the Kansas Bar Association, Walmart, Lathrop & Gage LLP and KU Continuing Education. “I was very impressed with the students who participated in the program,” Hester said. “They were very dynamic and enthusiastic, and each one has the potential and aptitude to become an attorney. I look forward to working with them and future campers in their journey to becoming lawyers.”

Top: Holly Zane, L’86, speaks with campers Ameenah Johnson and Ilaysha Reed at a barbecue during Journey to J.D. Middle: Camper Chris Abraham. Bottom: Camp Director Karen Hester pals around with camper Eric Calvin during the J2JD barbecue.

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green hall news

Above: Paul Lantis,Tim Davis, Ross Boden and Andrew Ricke. Below: Tracie Revis and Alexis Rothenberg.

Professor Martin Dickinson and Judge Janice Miller Karlin, L’80, who delivered a graduation address on behal of KU Law alumni.

Graduation 2010

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2009-10 Student awards & prizes Order of the Coif Bonnie Boryca Timothy Davis Christopher Grenz Kyle Hertel Megan Hoffman Christopher Kaufman Richard Klein Stephanie Lovett-Bowman Shane McCall Hilary Meckel Tricia Nibarger Kendra Oakes Erica Schroeder Anne Smith Andrew Treaster Edward Tully Megan Westberg Walter Hiersteiner Outstanding Service Award Benjamin Miller-Coleman Justice Lloyd Kagey Leadership Award Megan McGinnis

Samuel Mellinger Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Award Tim Davis

Mary Anne Chambers Service Award Andrew Ricke

Media Law and Policy Award Christopher Grenz

C.C. Stewart Award in Law Andrew Treaster

George Gary Duncan Scholastic Improvement Prize Alexis Rothenberg

Janean Meigs Memorial Award in Law Jennifer Berry

ABA/BNA Award for Excellence in the Study of Labor and Employment Law Anne Smith

Faculty Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement Stephanie Lovett-Bowman

American College of Trial Lawyers Award Karen Goldsmith Matthew Hurt Robert F. Bennett Student Award Juliann Morland William L. Burdick Prize Logan Rutherford

Family Fund Award Bonnie Boryca Mike Lee Robert C. Foulston and George Siefkin Prizes for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy First Place Oralist: Lindsay Grise Finalists: Daniel Buller, Lindsay Grise, Milos Jekic, Evan North First Place Brief: Lindsay Grise and Evan North Second Place Brief: Melissa Plunkett and Erin Slinker Tomasic Hershberger, Patterson, Jones & Roth Energy Law Award Andrew French Hinkle Elkouri Law Firm LLC Tax Procedure Award Jason Bock W. Ross Hutton Legal Aid Award Eunice Lee-Ahn Kansas Trial Lawyers Association Paul E. Wilson Advocacy Award Michael Kelly

James P. Mize Trial Advocacy Award Daniel Buller Erin Slinker Tomasic Payne & Jones Awards Fall 2009: Courtney Brax Lauren Douville Logan Rutherford Susan Ryan Anna Smith Tom Treinen Scott Wheeler Spring 2010: Samantha Clark Deborah Hyde Evan Jarrold Laura Markey Joseph McGreevy Eli Rosenberg Joseph Schremmer Anna Smith Scott Wheeler Shapiro Award for Best Paper on Law & Public Policy Nelson Slade Bond Susman Godfrey Trial Advocacy Award Daren Bruschi UMB Bank Excellence in Trust Planning Award Edward Tully Megan Westberg

Law Class of 1949 Award for Leadership Sonja Kramer Professor Martin Dickinson hoods graduate Sonja Kramer during the ceremony.

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faculty news

faculty farewell

BY MINDIE PAGET

After a combined 81 years of service, Coggins and Meyer retire from teaching Find more photos of Coggins and Meyer, as well as the text of poems read at the retirement dinner at www.law.ku.edu/fall10

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t’s no exaggeration to say that KU Law lost two founding fathers last spring when George Coggins and Keith Meyer retired.

Both men are widely identified as creators of the fields in which they researched, published and taught for a combined 81 years. Meyer is a respected guru in agricultural law. Coggins literally wrote the book on public natural resources law. And they both left lasting impressions on their students and colleagues with idiosyncrasies that endeared, impressed and – occasionally – intimidated. Coggins’ students famously printed T-shirts featuring his hirsute face and two of his favorite questions: “Is it fair?” and “So what?” The law school bid Meyer and Coggins an official farewell during a retirement dinner on May 14 at the Adams Alumni Center. Speakers set the scene for the tumultuous, singular time during which the two joined the KU Law faculty – Meyer in 1969 and Coggins in 1970. In one of his first experiences teaching wills and trusts, Meyer asked a student a Socratic question about the construction of a certain clause in a will. “The student answered with a question of his own,” said Barkley Clark, who joined the KU Law faculty the same year as Meyer and is now a partner at Stinson Morrison Hecker Keither Meyer: Then

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in Washington, D.C. “‘Professor Meyer, tell me what is the relevance of wills and trusts to the unjust war that we are now waging in Vietnam?’”

Keith Meyer

Meyer didn’t teach wills and trusts for long, but he put in several years of service with Paul Wilson on the Defender Project, guiding and placing students in criminal defense work. He also stood in one evening as a Green Hall security

“He’s a great teacher with remarkable commitment to his students.” guard. In the wake of the Kansas Union fire and the deaths of two people on or near campus, Meyer and Clark were commissioned to protect the law school from any would-be destroyers. “We took sleeping bags and spent the night there as the entire city of Lawrence was under its first curfew since Quantrill,” Clark recalled. They poked their heads out of the front doors and saw the barrel of a rifle and a National Guardsman who told them sternly to get back inside. “Keith was troubled. So was I. We got back inside real quick.” The sudden, tragic death of Meyer’s father sent him back home to Iowa to handle matters related to the family farm. He soon discovered how little his family lawyers understood the legal issues that concerned the modern-day farmer. He returned to Lawrence with a new mission and quickly And now

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George Coggins: Then

became one of the nation’s foremost experts on what Clark jokingly referred to as “moo-moo” and “oink-oink” law. Over his career, Meyer has served as president of the American Agricultural Law Association, chair of the Association of American Law Schools Committee on Agricultural Law and editor in chief of the Journal of Agricultural Taxation and Law. He has testified before Congress on issues related to agriculture. And he has taught or mentored many agricultural lawyers, teachers and scholars. He and Clark traveled the country over several years co-teaching a series of programs on the intersection of agricultural and commercial law. “I now know why his 41 years of students venerate him so,” Clark said. “He’s a great teacher with remarkable commitment to his students.”

park in Kansas and developed an interest in the various classifications of federal lands. “I began to see that there’s a whole lot more to it than oil and gas,” Coggins said. As a trustee of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Coggins helped organize a 1979 seminar with natural resources law professors from across the country. There he met Charles Wilkins, who would be the co-author of his revolutionary casebook, “Public Natural Resources Law,” first published in 1980 and now in its 7th edition.

“Most of the students figured out the inner teddy bear that is the real George long, long ago.”

Despite his hard-earned curmudgeon persona, the same can be said of George Coggins. His long-time friend and colleague Mike Davis described him as “demanding, impatient, suffering fools poorly.”

“Before that, there were a couple of casebooks stemming from the ’50s, which were concerned only with oil, gas, hard-rock minerals and water,” Coggins said. “We added a bunch of layers to that, including history, constitutional provisions, wildlife, range, timber, recreation and preservation. And we treated them all as coequal resources, and that approach has become the standard since.”

Yet, “all of his colleagues on the faculty, all of the staff at the law school and most of the students figured out the inner teddy bear that is the real George long, long ago,” Davis said.

Ten years later, Coggins co-authored a treatise with former KU Law Professor Rob Glicksman that has become the bible for public land and resources attorneys.

Coggins joined the KU faculty in 1970 and, early on, taught courses in civil procedure, administrative law and trial tactics. He soon became president of the Lawrence Sierra Club, joined the Topeka-Kansas City Air Pollution Research Group and began publishing journal articles on environmental law.

Through all his years of prodigious output, Coggins shunned technology and wrote thousands of pages of books and articles by hand. The law school’s support staff, who typed the pieces for publication, can attest to that.

George Coggins

He became involved in efforts to create a tallgrass national

And when Coggins finally turned on his computer just before retirement, he had more than 15,000 e-mails in his inbox. n

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faculty news

Faculty: New Faces,Visitors and promotions

Lumen “Lou” Mulligan

Virginia Harper Ho

Emily Grant

Before joining the KU Law faculty, Lumen “Lou” Mulligan was an associate professor at the Michigan State University College of Law and an assistant professor of business law at the University of Michigan School of Business. His scholarship on the jurisdictional and remedial powers of the federal government and ethical governance of nonprofit organizations has been published in such journals as the Michigan Law Review, NYU Law Review and Northwestern University Law Review. He is a frequent speaker across the country and works in the courts, most often in an amicus curiae or pro bono capacity. He co-founded Stowell & Mulligan PA, worked as a litigation attorney at a large Midwestern law firm and served as a judicial clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit. He graduated magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from the University of Michigan Law School.

Virginia Harper Ho was a visiting assistant professor at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law before joining the KU Law faculty. Her research interests include corporate governance, Chinese law, foreign investment, comparative corporate law and corporate social responsibility. Ho’s scholarly work in these areas has appeared in the Columbia Journal of Asian Law, Journal of Corporation Law and UC-Berkeley’s Institute for East Asian Studies. She received her J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School. She then practiced corporate, international and securities law, representing U.S. and foreign multinationals, and served as a law clerk on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa. Ho was also a research fellow at the University of Iowa’s Center for Asian and Pacific Studies and a visiting researcher/lecturer at Zhongshan University School of Law, Guangzhou, China.

Emily Grant joined KU Law in 2008 as a part-time lecturer in the Lawyering Program. With the start of the Fall 2010 semester, she is a full-time lawyering professor and also works with students as part of the Academic Resources Program. Grant graduated in 2000 from the University of Illinois College of Law, where she was articles editor for the Law Review. Prior to coming to KU, she taught legal writing courses at her legal alma mater. Before beginning her teaching career, Grant served as senior court counsel for the Palau Supreme Court, which serves a small Micronesian island country. She also clerked in the Central District of Illinois and at the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

Professor of Law

B.A., University of Kansas M.A., University of Colorado J.D., University of Michigan Law School

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Associate Professor of Law

B.A., M.A., Indiana UniversityBloomington J.D., Harvard Law School

Lawyering Instructor

B.S., Baker University J.D., University of Illinois College of Law

Elizabeth Weeks Leonard

John Head

Professor of Law

Robert W. Wagstaff Distinguished Professor of Law

Elizabeth Weeks Leonard’s scholarship on health care financing and regulation, public health law, health care federalism and health care rights has been published in the North Carolina Law Review, Wake Forest Law Review and Washington University Law Review, among others. She has spoken frequently on these topics at symposia and conferences across the country. Leonard recently received the Meredith Docking Faculty Scholar Award, a universitywide honor recognizing faculty who distinguish themselves early in their careers. Before entering academia, Leonard practiced health law in Houston and served as a law clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She was editor in chief of the Georgia Law Review and graduated Order of the Coif. She is president of the board of directors of Health Care Access in Lawrence, KS.

John Head has written extensively on international economic law and institutions and on Chinese law. He has authored 10 books, including “Global Business Law,” “China’s Legal Soul” and “Losing the Global Development War.” He has published in the Virginia Journal of International Law, Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law and American Journal of International Law. He was the Paul Hastings Visiting Professor at the University of Hong Kong and taught and conducted research at the University of Trento in Italy as part of the Fulbright Distinguished Chairs Awards Program. Head has won numerous awards for international legal education and scholarship. Prior to teaching, he practiced law in Washington, D.C., and served in the legal departments of the Asian Development Bank and the International Monetary Fund.

B.A., Columbia University J.D., University of Georgia School of Law

B.A., University of Missouri-Columbia B.A., M.A. Juris, Oxford University J.D., University of Virginia School of Law

Laura Gaston Dooley Visiting Professor of Law

Laura Gaston Dooley is Professor of Law and the Michael and Dianne Swygert Research Fellow at the Valparaiso University School of Law. She is a Visiting Professor at KU Law for the Fall 2010 term. Dooley writes extensively on procedural matters, and her work has appeared in such journals as the NYU Law Review and Cornell Law Review. Her work has also been cited by both courts and the popular press. She is an elected member of the American Law Institute and has won numerous teaching awards. She earned her law degree, Order of the Coif, from Washington University in St. Louis. After a judicial clerkship with Judge Pasco Bowman on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, Dooley was a Bigelow Fellow and lecturer at the University of Chicago. B.A., University of Arkansas J.D., Washington University School of Law

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Raj Bhala traveled to India in March during his spring-semester sabbatical. He visited Delhi, Agra,Varanasi and Amritsar, in part to conduct research for his forthcoming book, “Understanding Islamic Law (Shari’a),” which LexisNexis is publishing in 2011. He has completed all 50 chapters – 1,500 pages – and is doing final edits on the manuscript. Bhala published the following articles: n “Doha Round Betrayals,” 24 Emory International Law Review 147-183 (Summer 2010). n “Why WTO Membership for Iran Makes Sense,” Foreign Policy, with Reza Aslan (June 2010). n “WTO Case Review 2009,” 27 Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law 85-190, with David Gantz (2010). The article was listed among the top 10 most downloaded articles on WTO law on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) for July 24-Aug. 21, 2010. He gave the following presentations: n “Agricultural Controversies in the Doha Round of World Trade Negotiations: Devilish Details and Grand Themes,” University of Kansas School of Law Center for International Trade and Agriculture roundtable on “Kansas and World Agriculture: Current Crises and Future Opportunities,” April 2010. n “The World Trading System,” at a training program on the “Effects of Global Trading on the World Economy” for the International Officer Program, Fort Leavenworth Command and General Staff College, April 2010. n A talk on controversial topics in Islamic law and reasons for studying it in the Indian context at a Muslim Law class at Benares Hindu University in Varanasi, India, March 2010. As a member of the LexisNexis Law School Publishing Advisory Board, Bhala participated in the annual board meeting in Colorado Springs, at which he discussed with other board members and senior LexisNexis officials a number of topics concerning the future of legal academic publishing. As a member of the Council on Foreign

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Relations, Bhala participated in an on-therecord telephone conference call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the subjects of the Middle East peace process, Iran and the Israeli economy. Bhala also participated in a conference call on “The Debate over the Proposed Community Center in Downtown Manhattan,” the Cordoba Project concerning construction of a mosque two blocks from ground zero. Bhala completed the Boston Marathon on April 19 with a time of 3:11:03 or 7:18 minutes per mile. His time put him in the top 10.6 percent of finishers. Michael Davis became the first member of the faculty elected to the Council of the American Bar Association Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. The election took place Aug. 14 during the section’s annual meeting in San Francisco. Davis will serve a three-year term, renewable once. The council is the ultimate regulatory authority for legal education in the United States, including accreditation standards and enforcement. It is composed of 15 members and five officers, with representatives from the bar, the bench, law school deans and faculty, and nonlegal members at large. Davis was also re-appointed a member of the Section’s Finance Committee.

Martin Dickinson published the 2010-2011 edition of “Federal Income Tax Code and Regulations: Selected Sections” (CCH), for which he is the editor. Last year’s edition was adopted at 120 schools. In July, Dickinson participated in a panel on “Health Care Reform: Impact on Small Employers,” sponsored by the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce. Christopher Drahozal published two articles: n “Why Do Businesses Use (and Not Use) Arbitration Clauses?” 25 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 433 (2010), with Stephen Ware. n “Contracting Around Hall Street,” 14 Lewis & Clark Law Review 905 (2010), invited for a symposium on “The Supreme Court and Arbitration.” Along with the other Reporters, Drahozal presented Tentative Draft No. 1 of the Restatement (Third) of the U.S. Law of International Commercial Arbitration at the Annual Meeting of the American Law Institute on May 18 in Washington, D.C. The members approved the draft, which will go before the ALI Council at a meeting this fall.

Davis recently completed a “checklist” setting out information regarding a new Kansas statute that becomes effective Jan. 1, 2011, the Uniform Common Interest Owners Bill of Rights Act. The checklist has been published on the Kansas Judicial Council website and informs those affected by the act of their rights and obligations under it.

Drahozal gave the following presentations: n “Rent-A-Center and Institutional Arbitration Rules,” Spring Conference on Contracts, William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Feb. 26, 2010. n “Trade Usages and the UCC,” at a roundtable on “Usages in Theory and in Practice,” McGill University School of Law, Montreal, Canada, March 5, 2010. n “Consumer Arbitration Before the American Arbitration Association,” Seventh Annual Housing and Auto Finance Workshop, Baltimore, Md., May 3, 2010.

During the summer, Davis traveled to Amsterdam to conduct an ABA site evaluation of a foreign summer program sponsored by the Tulane School of Law. He then went to Limerick, Ireland, where he supervised and taught students in KU Law’s summer study abroad program.

Drahozal organized a panel on “The Changing Landscape of Arbitration” for the Legal Educator’s Colloquium at the ABA Dispute Resolution Section Meeting in San Francisco on April 10 and did a presentation on “Debt Collection Arbitration and Teaching Arbitration Law” as part of the panel. He also did a presentation on

His article, “Religion, Democracy and the Public Schools,” was published in the Journal of Law and Religion.

“Empirical Evidence on Class Arbitration” as part of a panel on “Class Action Arbitrations” on April 8. He did a guest blogging stint on the Contracts Prof Blog discussing the then-pending Supreme Court case of Rent-A-Center v. Jackson. Jelani Jefferson Exum published “Why March to A Uniform Beat?: Adding Honesty and Proportionality to the Tune of Federal Sentencing,” 15 Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights 141 (2010) and “Making the Punishment Fit the (Computer) Crime: Rebooting Notions of Possession for the Federal Sentencing of Child Pornography Offenses” 16 Richmond Journal of Law & Technology 8 (2010). She gave the following presentations: n “Why March To A Uniform Beat?: Adding Honesty and Proportionality to the Individualized Tunes of Federal Sentencing,” University of Missouri School of Law Scholar Exchange Program, Feb. 19, 2010. n “Making the Punishment Fit the (Computer) Crime: Rebooting Notions of Possession for the Federal Sentencing of Child Pornography Offenses,” Richmond Journal of Law & Technology Annual Spring Symposium: “Criminal Law and Technology,” March 25, 2010. n “Harmful to Minors: The Heated Debate on Federal Sentencing of Child Pornography Offenders,” West LegalEdcenter Live Webcast CLE, April 23, 2010. n “The Child Pornography Sentencing Debate,” brown bag lunch presentation to U.S. District Court Judges, Eastern District of Michigan, Sept. 8, 2010. Exum is visiting at the University of Michigan Law School during the 2010-2011 academic year. David Gottlieb and law students Benjamin Grother and Anne Gepford Smith won an appeals case before the Bureau of Immigration Appeals as part of their work in the law school’s new Immigration/Asylum Law Clinic. The Department of Homeland Security appealed a decision denying removal of a

Haitian citizen who had been a lawful permanent resident of the U.S. since 2000. The BIA dismissed the government’s appeal, finding that the DHS did not provide enough information about the client’s criminal record to charge him as an aggravated felon. Katherine Greene attended the Southwestern Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, April 8-11, 2010, in Waco, Texas. During the “Techie Petting Zoo” session, she demonstrated two digital pens: the LiveScribe Pulse Digital Pen and the IO Gear pen. During the business meeting, Greene presented the report from the 2011 Local Arrangements Committee for the Joint Mid America Association of Law Libraries and Southwestern Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting to be held Oct. 13-15, 2011, in Lawrence. John Head was recently designated the Robert W. Wagstaff Distinguished Professor of Law, a chair held by Robert Glicksman before his move to the George Washington University Law School. He published: n “The Global Financial Crisis of 2008-2009 in Context: Reflections on International Legal and Institutional Failings, ‘Fixes,’ and Fundamentals,” 23 Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal 43 (2010). n “The Asian Financial Crisis in Retrospect: Observations on Legal and Institutional Lessons Learned after a Dozen Years,” 5 East Asia Law Review 31 (2009). n “Feeling the Stones When Crossing the River: The Rule of Law in China,” 7 Santa Clara Journal of International Law (2010). Head serves as co-director (with Professor Raj Bhala) of the Center for International Trade and Agriculture, and in that capacity he helped organize the center’s inaugural scholarly roundtable in April. Head conducted a guest lecture and Q&A in the engineering course on “Environmental Engineering and Science in Developing Countries” taught by KU Professor Stephen Radtke. The course focuses on water supply and wastewater treatment projects and other major environmental infrastructure projects. Head’s class session addressed the financial as-

pects of such projects, especially by the World Bank and other global economic organizations. Head completed his three years of service on the University Committee on Sabbatical Leaves and commenced service on the Law School Dean Search Committee. At spring commencement, he served as “hooder” for two of his master’s students from Fort Leavenworth under the KU-CGSC (Command and General Staff College) master’s program in interagency studies. The students had taken Head’s course on international law during the Fall 2009 term. Head advised two KU international law moot court teams for competitions in California and Texas. KU’s Jessup International Law Moot Court team won high honors at the regional competition in Houston, bringing home four plaques reflecting brief-writing and oral advocacy skills. Webb Hecker gave a continuing legal education lecture on the new Kansas Business Entity Transactions Act at the KU School of Law’s Recent Developments in the Law program on May 27, 2010. Laura Hines published “Mirroring or Muscling: An Examination of State Class Action Appellate Rulemaking,” 58 Kansas Law Review 1027 (2010). She moderated a panel on “The Return of Pleading: Twombley and Iqbal in Federal and State Courts” at the American Association of Law Schools workshop on “Civil Procedure: Charting Your Course in a Shifting Field” on June 10. Also at the workshop, Hines moderated a session titled “Emerging Teaching Methods” and served as a small group discussion leader for “Big Topics, Shrinking Credits.” Hines served as a member of the AALS Professional Development Committee and was appointed to the Dean Search Committee for the KU School of Law. Virginia Harper Ho published the policy brief “Labor Law Reform in China: Is it Working?” with Jialu Liu and Zhang Lu in “Chinese Workers: Under Threat or a Threat to American Workers?” (Indiana University Research Center for Chinese Policy and Business Working Paper, Paper No. 2, July 2010).

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Michael Hoeflich published a book, “Legal Publishing in Antebellum America” (Cambridge University Press), in April 2010. The book presents a history of the law book publishing and distribution industry in the United States. Mike Kautsch served as host at the School of Law for two delegations of foreign leaders, one from Iraq on April 1 and the other from Indonesia on July 22. The two groups were on a tour sponsored by the U.S. State Department in conjunction with the International Visitors Council of Greater Kansas City. Kautsch spoke to both delegations about freedom of information and open government laws. On April 9, he made a presentation at the 2010 Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium, “Live a Life That Matters.” He spoke on parody as a defense to infringement claims during a session titled, “What’s Mine is Not Yours: How to Find the Line between Lawful and Infringing Uses of Intellectual Property.” On April 23, Kautsch served as moderator of the 23rd annual Media and the Law Seminar in Kansas City, titled “OMG! u rtnp? (Oh my gosh! You read the newspaper?) How the digital age is changing media and the law.” He also served as a panelist during a pre-seminar session on crisis management and media response training for lawyers. During the 2010 Kansas Legislature, Kautsch provided research support to legislative leaders who were studying a bill to establish a shield law for journalists. In March, the Senate voted 39-1 and the House 116-3 to approve the bill. During the Kansas Press Association’s 118th annual convention in April, the organization gave Kautsch a leadership award recognizing his work with legislators. He wrote an account of the passage of the bill, “Kansas Enacts Shield Law by Wide Margin,” which was published by the Media Law Resource Center in New York (MediaLawLetter, April 2010, pp. 13-14). Pamela Keller presented with Betsy Six at the University of Kansas Course Redesign Colloquium on “Podcasting: Teaching Outside the Classroom” in May.

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Keller and Six also spoke in July at the Legal Writing Institute Biennial Conference in Marco Island, Fla. They were part of a panel presentation with professors from Northwestern University School of Law on “Integrating Legal Writing and Legal Research: Collaborating with Librarians to Improve How Legal Research Is Taught.” Stacy Leeds made the following presentations: n Presenter, roundtable discussion on the Kansas Act and recent case law impacting tribal court jurisdiction, 10th Annual Native Nations Law Symposium, Mayetta, Kan., held in conjunction with the 14th Annual Tribal Law and Government Conference at KU Law, February 2010. n “The Significant Role of Tribal Courts for Tribal Economies,” Idaho College of Law conference on “Living in Balance: Tribal Nation Economics and the Law,” March 2010. n Fireside chat, “Indigenous Nations and the Environment,” Wake Forest University, April 22, 2010. n Panelist and moderator, “Cross-Jurisdictional Agreements between State and Tribal Entities,” panel on “Uniformity in Judgments and Sentences,” The Sovereignty Symposium XXIII, sponsored by the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, June 2, 2010. n “Indian Child Welfare and Child Support Enforcement in Tribal Courts,” Young Williams Child Support Services CLE Seminar, Washburn University School of Law, June 11, 2010. n Panelist, Past, Present and Future of Indian Law Clinics Deans and Associate Dean’s Panel, Fourth Annual Indian Law Clinics & Externship Programs Symposium titled “Borderland or Hinterland? The Role of Specialty Clinics in Legal Education,” hosted by the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N.M., June 21, 2010. Leeds also served on the editorial advisory board and was a contributing author for the Encyclopedia of American Indian Policy, Relations, and Law (CQ Press), edited by Finkelman and Garrison. On April 27-28, the Tribal Law and Government Center hosted a training session for the Prairie Band Potawatomi Safe Communities Team in conjunction with the U.S. Department

of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance. On Aug. 31-Sept. 1, the center hosted the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation for a training session funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, Department of Justice. Leeds is director of the Tribal Law and Government Center. In June, Leeds taught a course to Native American undergraduates as part of a pipeline grant program from the Law School Admissions Council. The program, called NA Plus, was hosted at the University of New Mexico School of Law. Elizabeth Weeks Leonard published “What I Talk about When I Talk about Health Law,” 18 Annals of Health Law 9-12 (2010), an invitation-only special edition commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. She also made the following presentation: “State Constitutionalism and the Right to Health Care,” panel on “State Constitutionalism: Past, Present and Future,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools annual meeting, Palm Beach, Fla., Aug. 2, and at a panel on “Health Care Rights and Responsibilities,” Law and Society Association annual meeting, Chicago, May 27. n “Uncooperative Federalism: The Role of Dissent in Health Care Decisionmaking,” at the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Health Law Professors Conference, University of Texas School of Law, June 4; an International Seminar for Faculty, University of Kansas International Programs, May 6; and at the University of the Pacific-McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento, Calif., March 17. n “Medical-Legal Partnerships” (with Trinia Arellano), CLE for the Greater Kansas City Society of Health Care Attorneys, Kansas City, Mo., March 31. n “Training the Next Generation of Medical-Legal Advocates in Law School and Beyond” (with Trinia Arellano), panel on Health, Law and Poverty at conference on “Vulnerable Populations and Economic Realities: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Law Teaching,” Golden Gate University School of n

Law and Society for American Law Teachers, San Francisco, March 20. Leonard taught two guest lectures: “State Regulation of Commercial Insurance and Managed Care,” Health Law course, Adjunct Professor Ann Marie Marciarille, University of the Pacific-McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento, Calif., March 16-17. n “Tort Law and Tort Reform for NonLawyers,” Policy and Politics of Health Care course, Adjunct Professor Elizabeth Stewart, Rockhurst University, DO/MBA Dual Degree Program, Kansas City, Mo., June 14. n

Leonard is spending the fall semester as a visiting professor at her legal alma mater, the University of Georgia School of Law, teaching Health Care Finance and Torts. Richard Levy participated in a panel discussion of Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, co-sponsored by the Federalist Society and the American Constitution Society at the University of Kansas School of Law on April 1, 2010. He published a book, “Administrative Law: Agency Action in Legal Context” (Foundation Press, 2010), with Robert Glicksman, in April. He also published a book chapter, “Constitutional Law,” 2010 Kansas Annual Survey 111 and gave a videotaped presentation on the chapter at the Kansas Bar Association Annual Legislative and Case Law Institute CLE. He made the following presentations: “Campaign Finance Regulation,” Recent Developments in the Law CLE, University of Kansas School of Law, May 27, 2010. n “The Brave New World of Campaign Finance,” forum at All Soul’s Unitarian Universalist Church, Kansas City, Mo., April 4, 2010. n “Libraries and the Future of Campaign Finance Regulation,” Friends of the Wheat Law Library Annual Lecture, KU School of Law, April 8, 2010. n “Agency-Specific Precedents,” George Washington University Law School Legal Research Workshop, with Robert Glicksman, March 12, 2010. n “Avoiding Collisions at the Intersection of Federal and State Regulatory Authority,” n

Kansas Bar Association Section on Administrative Law CLE, Feb. 26, 2010. n Testimony before the Kansas Legislature’s Joint Committee on Rules and Regulations concerning HB 2530 & SB 213, amending the Kansas Rules and Regulation Filing Act, Feb. 26, 2010. Levy attended the Workshop on Empirical Legal Research, sponsored by Northwestern University School of Law, May 24-26, 2010. In April, Levy performed with the law school band the Moody Bluebooks at the annual Women in Law Pub Night fundraiser. He received the Steeples Award for Service to Kansas in May. Stephen Mazza published, along with his co-author Leandra Lederman, the 2010 update to their casebook, “Tax Controversies: Practice and Procedure” (3rd ed. 2009). The casebook is used at more than 40 law schools throughout the United States. He spent two weeks in July directing the Istanbul Study Abroad Program in Turkey, where he taught international tax law. In May, he attended the AALS program for new deans in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Stephen McAllister published the first-ofits-kind casebook on “State Constitutional Law: The Modern Experience” (Thomson-West 2010) with co-authors Holland, Shaman and Sutton. The book is being used at law schools across the country and will be the text for the new State Constitutional Law course offered at KU Law this spring. He also published: n “ Ask The State Solicitor General: Can the State File a ‘Reply’ Brief When It Takes an Exception in an Original Jurisdiction Case in the Supreme Court of the United States?,” 29 Review of Litigation 1 (2010). n “The Supreme Court’s (Disparate?) Treatment of Sovereigns as Amicus Curiae,” 13 The Green Bag 2D 289 (May 2010). He also made the following presentations: n Testimony before a subcommittee of the Kansas Senate Judiciary Committee on whether a state constitutional amendment prohibiting the imposition of any requirement that citizens purchase mandatory health insurance is constitutional, Topeka, March 11. n “Supreme Court Update: Recent and

Pending Decisions,” with KU Law alumnus Toby Crouse, L’00, at the annual Return to Green CLE at the University of Kansas, April 16; at KU’s annual Recent Developments in the Law CLE, May 28; and at the Kansas Bar Association annual meeting, June 11. n “United States v. Comstock: Post-Argument Debate,” a podcast debate about the constitutionality of a federal statute authorizing the civil commitment of sexually dangerous offenders in federal custody as they near the end of their prison sentences, recorded and published by the Federalist Society, May 3. McAllister argued that the law is constitutional, while Ilya Shapiro, editor in chief of the Cato Institute’s Supreme Court Review, argued that it is not. McAllister was elected to membership in the American Law Institute in March. Sandra Craig McKenzie attended the Kansas Women Attorneys Association 21st annual conference in Lindsborg, Kan., July 15-17, 2010. She designed the conference logo, which was featured on the conference brochure, materials and T-shirts. Lumen “Lou” Mulligan was selected to serve on the Kansas Bar Association Appellate Section’s Executive Committee in August. Joyce McCray Pearson served as the law librarian member of an American Bar Association site evaluation team for the Cardozo School of Law on March 20-24. She was responsible for the law library and technology components of the final report to the ABA. She was a panelist on July 10 at the 103rd annual American Association of Law Libraries diversity symposium on “Adaptation: How Technology Is Changing and Being Changed by Diversity in the Law Library World.” Her presentation focused on the impact technology has on communities and patron services and how it has expanded the way previously underserved populations now have access to legal and interdisciplinary research and information. John Peck served on the KU committee that established and plans the annual Jana Mackey Distinguished Lecture Series. Mackey was a KU

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faculty news

Professor Andrew Torrance teaches Intellectual Property Law, Patent Law, Food and Drug Law, and Biodiversity Law at the KU School of Law. He joined the faculty in 2005.

Law student murdered in July 2008. This year’s lecture was delivered on April 28 by journalist Connie Schultz, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 2005. Peck published the water law chapter in the Kansas Bar Association Annual Survey of the Law in June. Peck spoke on “Water, Land, and Oil & Gas: Intersecting Legal Issues” at KU Law’s annual Recent Developments in the Law program on May 28 in Lawrence. He also spoke on “Legal Instruments for Dealing with Agricultural Groundwater Management in the United States” at a conference titled “Toward Sustainable Groundwater in Agriculture: An International Conference Linking Science and Policy,” sponsored by the International Water Management Institute (Sri Lanka) and the University of California-Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences on June 17 in San Francisco.

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He attended the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation as the KU Law trustee, July 20-24 in Banff, Alberta, Canada. He was named to a committee charged by the Kansas Legislature with reviewing the water banking law passed in 2001, and he served as a member of the KBA Title Standards Committee, which wrote the first draft of new title standards covering water rights. Peck’s article, “Land Description Errors, Recognition, Avoidance, and Consequences,” first published by the Journal of the Kansas Bar Association in Summer 2009, was reprinted in the January/February issue of Landman Magazine. Joyce Rosenberg served as a discussion group leader for the Workshop on Critiquing Student Work at the Legal Writing Institute 14th Biennial Conference, June 27-30 in Marco Island, Fla. Elinor Schroeder was the organizer and

facilitator of “Employment Law in Recessionary Times,” a symposium sponsored by the Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy in February. Betsy Six presented with Pamela Keller at the University of Kansas Course Redesign Colloquium on “Podcasting: Teaching Outside the Classroom” in May. Six and Keller also spoke in July at the Legal Writing Institute Biennial Conference in Marco Island, Fla. They were part of a panel presentation with professors from Northwestern University School of Law on “Integrating Legal Writing and Legal Research: Collaborating with Librarians to Improve How Legal Research Is Taught.” Andrew Torrance was invited by Google Inc. to give a Google TechTalk at Google’s main Mountain View campus in California. Google posted his entire presentation, “The Patent Game: Experiments in the Cathedral of Law,” on its YouTube Google TechTalk channel in August.

Torrance published: n “Patent Law, HIPPO, and the Biodiversity Crisis,” 9 John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law 624-656 (2010). n “Gene Concepts, Gene Talk, and Gene Patents,” 11 Minnesota Journal of Law, Science, and Technology 157 (2010). n “Synthesizing Law for Synthetic Biology” in a symposium on “Rising Stars: Recognizing Important New Voices in Law, Medicine, Science & Technology,” 11 Minnesota Journal of Law, Science, and Technology 629 (2010).

n Review of “Human Rights and the WTO: The Case of Patents and Access to Medicines,” by Holger Hestermeyer, in 1 IP Book Law Review 46-49 (June 2010).

Torrance was quoted in a number of media outlets, including Dow Jones Newswire, Chicago Lawyer, San Francisco Chronicle and the KCUR 89.3 FM program “KC Currents.” He has also been named an international editor for the MAKARA Social Sciences and Humanities Series journal, published by DRPM (Research and Community Services Directorate) of Universitas Indonesia. Suzanne Valdez presented “The Ethics of Limited Scope Representation in Kansas” at KU Law’s annual Recent Developments in the Law CLE in May. She also presented “A Review of Limited Scope Representation” to the Butler County Bar Association on April 30, 2010.Valdez co-presented “The ‘Added Value’ of Externships: Externships, Clinic, and Pro Bono” at the Externships 5 National Conference in March in Miami. Her copresenter was Sande Buhai of Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. Stephen Ware spoke on arbitration and the civil justice system at St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas, March 3; the recent financial crisis at the University of Memphis School of Law, March 16, and the University of Colorado in Boulder, April 6; debt and foreclosure at Santa Clara University School of Law, in Santa Clara, Calif., April 7; court-ordered mediation at the American Bar Association Section on Dispute Resolution annual meeting in San Francisco, April 8; and judicial selection in Wichita, Aug. 5-6. On June 4, Ware gave a CLE presentation on judicial selection to the Wichita Bar Association. He gave a CLE talk on securities arbitration at the Practicing Law Institute in New York City on Aug. 11. He published the following articles: n “Why Do Businesses Use (or Not Use) Arbitration Clauses?” 25 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 433 (2010), with Christopher Drahozal. n “Bankruptcy Law’s Treatment of Creditors’ Jury-Trial and Arbitration Rights,” 17 American Bankruptcy Law Review 479 (2009). n “The Legal Structure of Securities Arbitration,” Securities Arbitration 171 (PLI 2010). n “Authorities Split After the Supreme Court’s Hall Street Decision: What Is Left of

the Manifest Disregard Doctrine?” Engage, March 2010. Ware published the op-ed “Process for Selecting Judges is Undemocratic” in the Wichita Eagle on Aug. 22 and was quoted on judicial selection in several Kansas newspapers and radio stations. Melanie Wilson published two law review articles: “‘You Crossed the Fog Line!’ – Kansas, Pretext, and the Fourth Amendment,” 58 Kansas Law Review 1179-1220 (2010), and “An Exclusionary Rule for Police Lies,” 47 American Criminal Law Review 1-55 (2010). She also made the following presentations: Panelist, “Police and the Courts: Judicial Management and Evaluation of Law Enforcement Activity,” Law & Society Annual Conference, Chicago, May 27, 2010. n Presenter, Southwest Junior Faculty Conference, Arizona State University School of Law, Tempe, Ariz., March 15, 2010. n “Judging Police Lies: An Empirical Perspective,” Faculty Workshop, University of North Carolina School of Law, Chapel Hill, N.C. , Feb. 26, 2010; and Faculty Workshop, Washburn University School of Law, Topeka, Feb. 19, 2010. n

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Torrance also made the following presentations: n “Property Rules, Liability Rules, and Patent Rights,” Drake Law School Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable; User and Open Innovation Conference, MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, Mass.; and Property Scholars Conference, Berkeley Law School, Berkeley, Calif. (August 2010). n “Double Description,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference, Palm Beach, Fla. (July 2010). n “Myriad Reproductive Options,” Midwest Family Law Consortium & North American Regional Meeting of the International Society of Family Law, UMKC School of Law, Kansas City, Mo. (June 2010). n “Patent Pools: Navigating a Course for Access to Biotechnology Innovations,” Biotechnology Industry Organization Intellectual Property Corporate Counsels Committee Conference, New Orleans (April 2010). n Discussant, MIT Innovation Lab, MIT Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. (March and May 2010). n “The Evolution of Biolaw,” Gruter Institute Annual Conference on Law, Mind, and Brain, Squaw Valley, Calif. (May 2010). n “Opening Innovation in Intellectual Property Law,” User and Open Innovation and Intellectual Property Workshop, co-sponsored by Berkeley Law School and the New York University Law School, Saint Helena, Calif. (May 2010). n “Neurobiology and Patenting Thought,” 11th Annual SEAL (Society for Evolutionary Analysis in Law) Conference, William and Mary Law School, Williamsburg,Va. (April 2010). n “Patent Law, HIPPO, and the Biodiversity Crisis,” keynote address, Review of Intellectual Property Law “Green Issue” Symposium, John Marshall School of Law, Chicago (April 2010). n “Having Your Cake and Eating It, Too — Conflicts Between Inherency and Infringement Analyses for Drug Metabolites,” panel discussion focusing on Torrance’s “Physiological Steps Doctrine,” 23 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1471-1505 (April 2010).

Stacy Leeds, professor of law, is director of the Tribal Law and Government Center and is serving as interim associate dean for academic affairs during the 2010-11 academic year.

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Going Solo BY MINDIE PAGET

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Recent alumni chronicle benefits, challenges of running own legal practice

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odd Abplanalp had considered starting a solo practice for several years, but the economic downturn – and the corresponding pay cuts at his law firm – finally convinced him the timing was right.

Stacy Harper, L’09, Blane Markley, L’07, and Frankie Forbes, L’02, have also enjoyed steady work at their firm, The Forbes Law Group, since opening earlier this year in Overland Park. The boutique focuses on corporate and regulatory health care and was not, its three attorneys said, a product of the economic downturn.

The 2003 graduate opened Consumer Law KC to focus on personal bankruptcy in August in Lee’s Summit, Mo. “When the economy was booming and I was a busy associate, I had little reason to consider opening my own shop,” he said. “I realized that I needed to control my own career, and I knew that I had less to lose now than perhaps at any point in the future. If the economy had stayed on pace, I may never have had the impetus to make the switch.”

Frankie Forbes, L’02

More seasoned attorneys like Abplanalp and fresh-out-ofschool lawyers alike are hanging out shingles as the legal market struggles and larger firms respond with lay-offs and hiring freezes. Usually about 3 percent of law graduates open their own law firms each year, according to the National Association for Law Placement. The number jumped noticeably in 2009 to 5.5 percent, a level not seen since the period from 1992-1997, another recessionary and post-recessionary period. Among KU Law graduates, the reasons for going solo or small vary: a desire for more control over their practices and career trajectories; better work-life balance; potential to capitalize on emerging new markets; the search for a new challenge. “What I enjoy most is the autonomy, flexibility and sense of accomplishment I get from having my own business,” said Heather Counts, L’00, who opened The Counts Law Firm in early 2009 in Kansas City, Mo. “I work many more hours than I ever did before, but I enjoy them so much more. Everything I do directly impacts my bottom line, my reputation in the field and my firm’s success.” Business is ticking along for Counts, despite the difficult economic times. She attributes that to the nine years she spent working at large and small firms before heading out on her own. “I have practiced long enough to build up a good existing client base and referral network,” she said. “I also have ‘big firm’ training but am able to charge more competitive rates because I have lower overhead. I am always accessible to my clients and will not hand off a matter to a lesser-experienced associate.”

Stacy Harper, L’09

“Our decision to create the new law firm was based on an opportunity to take advantage of the recent health care changes and develop a more boutique practice,” Harper said. “We are extremely busy and are exploring the possibility of adding new attorneys.” Still, solo and small-group practice is not without its challenges. Among them are setting up the office, its systems and all the requisite technology. “I was used to having a tech support team at my office. Now I’m the tech support team,” said Abplanalp, who previously practiced at King Hershey in Kansas City. “I’m also the paralegal, accountant, office administrator and, occasionally, the attorney.”

Todd Rogers, assistant dean for career services at KU Law, advises students or alumni exploring Blane Markley, L’07 the idea of going solo to find a mentor – or multiple mentors – who have been where they want to go. Counts and other graduates echoed that sentiment. “I would encourage anyone thinking about going solo to spend some time talking to several solos prior to taking the plunge,” Counts said. “They will offer a lot of advice on everything from office space to billing software, and having this knowledge before making purchases, signing contracts and entering leases will help to avoid making a decision that the new solo later regrets.”

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“Solo by Choice” (LawyerAvenue Press), by Carolyn Elefant

“A few years of working with more experienced attorneys is invaluable, in my opinion, not only for learning your practice area but also for developing sound judgment and practice habits,” she said. “As a tax, estate planning and corporate attorney, I think I would have been lost without the wonderful training I received at my former firms. “By starting my own practice when I was nine years out of law school, I felt confident enough in my own abilities to go it alone – and hopefully to have developed the judgment needed to know when to back away and refer a matter on.” Burton Harding didn’t have that luxury. He graduated in May 2009 amid a legal employment climate not friendly to inexperienced attorneys.

Heather Counts, L’00 Harper and her partners urge attorneys to determine their philosophy before starting their own firm, especially if they plan to have partners. “Having everyone in agreement regarding salary, client development and overall business planning before you make the jump helps to maintain a healthy working relationship once you get going,” Harper said. “Make sure you know the people you will be working with. Try spending extended time in a small space together. If you are still speaking, you should be good to go.” Even with all the best planning, Abplanalp said solo practice can leave one feeling out of touch. “Use the resources available to you,” he said. “Several bar associations, including Missouri, have detailed checklists of steps to take to start a new practice. Review those checklists because there will be items on that list that you haven’t thought of.” Ideally, Counts said, new attorneys should avoid starting a solo practice right out of law school if they can.

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“How to Start and Build a Law Practice” (American Bar Association), by Jay Foonberg

“There weren’t very many jobs that I qualified for as a new graduate,” he said. “And those that I did qualify for wouldn’t help me advance my career much, such as a document review clerk. I needed employment – employment that might open doors in the future.”

Harding opened his own firm in small-town Girard, Kan., the week after he got his bar exam results in October 2009. The experience has been intimidating and terrifying at times, he admitted, but he has gained a lot of experience quickly and learned all of the practical details of running a law office along the way. Business is building slowly, Harding said, but new solos should not expect to make much money for a long time. “I am able to meet my bills and obligations each month and take a little bit home,” he said. “It is a modest living so far, but the potential is great.” He wouldn’t advise for or against opening a solo law firm. “It would be different from person to person,” he said. “I was in a good situation at a good time to do it. And I am in a small, supportive community. Another person in another place might not have those same advantages.” n

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he law school honored recipients of the James Woods Green Medallion at a dinner on May 8 at The Oread in Lawrence. The medallion recognizes those whose cumulative contributions to the school exceed $25,000. Honorees who attended this year’s ceremony are pictured below with their medallions. Not pictured are Donald Adams, L’64, and Ann Wees Adams; and Bernard O’Neill Jr., L’76, and Marion O’Neill.

Barbara Blake Bath & Thomas David Bath,

in honor of John Emerson Blake, L’25

Charles Frickey, L’69, pictured with his wife, Diane Paris Frickey

Professor Emeritus Keith Meyer & Janet Meyer

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Professor John Peck & Pamela Peck

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Highest honor Two graduates earn Distinguished Alumni Award The Distinguished Alumni Award is presented annually to graduates who have distinguished themselves through exemplary service to the legal profession, the community and KU. 26 KU LAW MAGAZINE

Marilyn Harp, L’79 Marilyn Harp earned a bachelor’s in social work in 1976 and her law degree in 1979, both from KU. She immediately began working for Kansas Legal Services as a staff attorney, then rose to managing attorney and regional director. In 2006, she became executive director. In this role, she directs a statewide law firm of 45 attorneys who share her commitment to representing those who would otherwise struggle to have their voices heard. Harp developed the Kansas Elder Law Advice line, matching Kansas seniors with volunteer lawyers who provide legal advice by phone; the Detention Advocate Program, seeking to lessen the disproportionate confinement of minorities in juvenile court; the Lawyer Advice Phone Line, an immediately accessible, pay-by-the-minute source of legal advice or information; medical-legal partnerships in Kansas City and southeast Kansas, placing legal staff in low-income medical clinics; and online legal forms for self-represented litigants. Harp and her staff at Kansas Legal Services broaden access to justice to more than 30,000 Kansans each year.

Who will be next? The school invites nominations for the 2011 Distinguished Alumni Awards. Since 1964, the school has honored 64 alumni “whose lives have benefited the community and whose noteworthy contributions through the years have brought honor to the School of Law.”

Externship course since 2007.

Please send a statement explaining how your candidate meets the quoted criteria. Include career and service history and any previous honors.

Judge John Lungstrum, L’70

Nominations should be sent by e-mail to:

She received the Kansas Bar Association’s Outstanding Service Award in 1994, 2000 and 2006. She was the recipient of the YWCA Woman of Valor Award in 2001 and was recognized as the Women’s Equality Coalition Woman of the Year in 1990. Harp has also been instrumental in training future lawyers at the law school by teaching and overseeing the Elder Law

John Lungstrum graduated from Yale University with a bachelor’s in the Scholars of the House program in 1967. He returned to Kansas for law

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school, earning his law degree in 1970. Lungstrum served as editor in chief of the Kansas Law Review and was elected to Order of the Coif.

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He began his legal career at Latham & Watkins in Los Angeles. However, as a graduate of KU’s ROTC program, he put his practice on hold to serve 21 months as a U.S. Army lieutenant in the Republic of Korea. Following his discharge, Lungstrum again returned to Kansas and practiced law for 19 years. President George H.W. Bush nominated him in 1991 to be a U.S. District Judge for the District of Kansas. He took the oath of office

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in 1991 and served as chief judge from 2001 to 2008. While in practice, Lungstrum was president of the Douglas County Bar Association and was involved in numerous Kansas Bar Association committees. As a member

The nomination deadline is Jan. 25, 2011.

of the court, he was chair of the Bench/Bar and Rules Committee and chaired the prestigious committee on Court Administration and Case Management of the Judicial Conference from 2000 through 2005. He has served on the boards of numerous community organizations, including the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce, Penn House, Lawrence Society for Chamber Music, Lawrence Rotary Club and the Lawrence United Fund. Since 1973, Lungstrum has taught courses in contracts, evidence, trial advocacy and civil procedure at the law school and has frequently served as a judge for moot court competitions, participated in panel presentations on the judiciary and presented at symposia.

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Members of the Class of 1960, (back row from left) Judge James Logan, James Graves, Edward Graham, Byron Springer and former Dean Gail Agrawal; and front row from left, James Kahler, Judge Edward Larson,William Turner and Richard Bond shared memories during the 50/50+ Reunion on April 17, 2010, at the Adams Alumni Center. Below left: Norma Jean Wagner, Jack Reed, L’ 59, and Luci Enyart. Below right: Jim Kahler, L’60, and John Wilkinson, L’58.

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Above left: Richard Bond, L’60, and his wife, Sue Bond, right, visit with Noelle Uhler, director of external relations at KU Law. Above right: Gov. John Anderson Jr., L’44, Bob Londerholm, L’55, and William Turner, L’60. Below: Pat Levy, wife of Joe Levy, L’51, right, gets a laugh out of Judge Richard Wahl, L’51.

Scenes from the

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50/50+ Reunion

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Alumni Notes

Items were received or collected prior to Sept. 1, 2010. Submit your news by e-mail to patti@ku.edu or online at www.law.ku.edu. Click on Alumni and look for Keeping in Touch. KU Law Magazine relies on alumni for the accuracy of information reported.

1960s Roger Hughey, L’68, has been awarded the 2010 Wichita Bar Association’s Howard C. Kline Distinguished Service Award. This award is presented to a lawyer who, as stated by the WBA, “through the years of his practice has exemplified integrity, professionalism and service to the Bar” and “whose qualifications and accomplishments are undeniably exemplary and whose services are widely acclaimed as having made significant contributions to the honor and practice of the law.” It recognizes long-standing legal service and is given no more than once each year. Hughey is at Adams Jones Law Firm PA.

1970s Stephen M. Joseph, L’72, a shareholder in the Wichita/Topeka firm of Joseph & Hollander PA, has been named one of the best criminal defense and white-collar criminal defense lawyers by Best Lawyers in America 2011. Selection to Best Lawyers is based on a confidential survey which allows attorneys nationwide to review their peers for professional competency, legal scholarship and pro bono service. Joseph’s practice concentrates on the defense of persons charged with crimes in federal and state court, including murder, arson, fraud, income tax evasion and securities violations. He also defends health care and legal professionals in disciplinary matters. Eldon L. Gay, L’73, has joined the newly expanded Topeka law firm of Gay, Riordan, Fincher, Munson & Sinclair PA as a shareholder. The firm was formerly known as Riordan, Fincher & Munson PA. Joseph F. Speelman, L’74, has joined the Philadelphia law firm of Blank Rome LLP as a partner in the products liability, mass torts, insurance group. He brings more than 35 years of litigation experience in the chemical industry, most recently from his position as associate general counsel for litigation, security and compliance with LyondellBasell, a Blank Rome client.

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Roger Walter, L’75, was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2011 in the field of securities law. Walter practices in the Topeka office of Morris, Laing, Evans, Brock & Kennedy Chtd. Michael F. Delaney, L’76, has been named to the Human Resources Executive Online 2010 list of “The Nation’s Most Powerful Employment Attorneys Top 10 for Labor Law.” Delaney has also been named to the Wage & Hour Defense Institute, a nationwide group of management employment attorneys experienced in defending wage and hour cases. He practices in the Overland Park office of Spencer Fane Britt & Brown LLP. Ross Hollander, L’76, partner and shareholder in the Wichita/Topeka firm of Joseph & Hollander PA has been named one of the country’s most outstanding labor and employment lawyers by Chambers USA 2010. Inclusion in Chambers USA is based on the publication’s interviews with both clients and lawyers, with greater emphasis given to client input. According to Chamber’s USA’s independent evaluations, Hollander’s 30-plus years of experience in areas such as discrimination claims, trade secrets and non-compete agreements has led to a good rapport with clients who appreciate the “well-balanced approach he takes to cases.” Hollander has also been named one of the best labor and employment lawyers by Best Lawyers in America 2011. Selection to Best Lawyers is based on a confidential survey which allows attorneys nationwide to review their peers for professional competency, legal scholarship and pro bono service. Hollander is a past president of both the Wichita Bar Association and the Kansas Bar Association’s Employment Law Section. Daniel J. Lyons, L’77, is practicing with Kinder Morgan Energy Partners in Houston. Trish Rose, L’78, was elected Reno County Division 1 district judge in August 2010. She will fill the seat being vacated by District Judge Richard Rome in January 2011. Rose is currently a partner at the Hutchinson law

firm Forker, Suter & Rose, where she has been practicing law sine 1980. Jody Boeding, L’79, has been appointed chief legal counsel of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County, Kansas. Boeding has served on the city’s legal staff since 1982. She was the assistant counselor and deputy chief counsel after consolidation in 1997. Dallas Martin, L’79, was named by Intellectual Asset Magazine to the “IAM 250 – The World’s 250 Leading Intellectual Property Strategists.” He is vice president of licensing at IPValue Management Inc., an IP commercialization consultancy headquartered in Silicon Valley. His office is in the Denver area.

1980s David J. Rebein, L’80, will serve a three-year term on the Kansas Bar Foundation Board of Trustees as a representative of the Kansas Bar Association. He is a Kansas Bar Foundation Fellow Gold. Rebein practices with the Dodge City firm of Rebein Bangerter PA. G. Gordon Atcheson, L’81, of Overland Park was appointed to the Kansas Court of Appeals by Gov. Mark Parkinson. He replaces the late Judge Jerry Elliott. Atcheson has spent nearly 30 years practicing law and has argued cases before state and federal appellate courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. Kristian Einar Hedine, L’82, is running for the position of Walla Walla County PartTime District Court Judge, which will be voted on in the November 2010 election. He has practiced in Walla Walla, Wash., since graduating from KU Law. Hedine began his own firm,Virtual In-House Counsel PLLC in June 2001. He specialized in representing small to medium-size businesses and other organizations in handling everything that they need for their businesses and operations. Gregory T. Martin, L’84, was recently nominated by Gov. John Lynch to serve on the New Hampshire Ballot Commission. His nomination was approved by the New Hamp-

shire Executive Council in June 2010 for a term ending in January 2012. The Ballot Law Commission consists of five permanent members of which the governor has the power of appointment for one. The commission hears and decides disputes concerning the implementation of the state’s election laws, filing and ballot irregularities, and appeals from recounts. Sarah Toevs Sullivan, L’84, is with Stinson, Morrison Hecker LLP in Kansas City, Mo. She practices in the areas of energy and environment and environment and natural resources. Doug Lamborn, L’85, is running for re-election to a third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He was first elected to represent Colorado’s 5th Congressional District, centered in Colorado Springs, in 2006. He serves on the House Armed Services, Natural Resources and Veterans Affairs committees. He also served 12 years in the Colorado General Assembly. Lamborn and his wife, Jeanie, have five children. The Hon. Mary H. Murguia, L’85, a judge on the U.S. District Court for Arizona, has been nominated for a vacancy on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit by President Barack Obama. The sprawling Ninth Circuit covers Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. It is the largest of the 13 courts of appeals, with 29 active judgeships. Shari Ashner Boppart, L’87, has joined the Kansas City, Mo.-based default servicing law firm Martin, Leigh, Lewis & Fritzlen PC. Her practice is concentrated in civil litigation and creditor’s rights. Bob Harris, L’87, who practices in the Phoenix office of the national law firm of Quarles & Brady, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2011 in the practice areas of bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights law. Best Lawyers bases its listings on an exhaustive study of the legal profession in which attorneys nationwide are asked to rank the top practitioners in their specialties in their jurisdictions. Because listings are based

on the votes of other lawyers and cannot be solicited, inclusion in Best Lawyers is considered a particular honor. Tim Summers, L’87, was recently named president and CEO of Pacific Specialty Insurance Company in Menlo Park, Calif. Pacific Specialty is a property and casualty insurance company writing personal lines of insurance in all 50 states.

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Bill Mahoney, L’89, ran for district court judge in Wyandotte County in the August 2010 primary to fill a vacancy created as a result of Judge George Groneman’s retirement. He won the primary and, with no Republican opponent in the general election, will fill the vacancy. Mahoney has been in private practice in Kansas City since he finished his tour as a Navy JAGC in 1993. He and his wife, Suzanne, and two daughters, Molly and Meg, live in Kansas City.

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Cheryl L. Trenholm, L’90, has joined the Lawrence law firm of Petefish, Immel, Heeb & Hird LLP as a partner. Capt. Anne Bloomfield Fischer, L’92, was promoted to Navy Captain in the Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps and assumed duties as the executive assistant and special counsel to the Navy General Counsel in May 2010. Fischer joined the JAG Corps in 1992 and currently lives in Alexandria,Va., with her husband, Jeff, also a Navy JAG Corps officer, and their two children, Andrew, 10, and Adam, 8. Kathryn A. Regier, L’92, became a shareholder in the Kansas City, Mo., law firm of Schlee, Huber, McMullen & Krause PC in May 2010. Regier is an experienced litigator who joined the firm in July 2007. Her practice includes gas explosion and fire litigation. Veronica Sellers, L’93, has been promoted to general counsel and senior vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City effective July 1, 2010. Sellers joined the bank in 1999 as senior counsel in the legal department. Holly Dyer, L’94, Wichita, has been appointed to serve a three-year term on the Kansas Bar Foundation Board of Trustees. Dyer is with the firm of Foulston Siefkin LLP.

LOOK NO FURTHER. The Student Bar Association has polos, pullovers, T-shirts, hats and other gear for you to show off your ties to KU Law! Just visit the SBA tab on klfp.org to browse. Then e-mail kansas.sba@gmail.com to place an order. KU LAW MAGAZINE 31

alumni news Tyler Garretson, L’96, was appointed to the Kansas Council for Interstate Adult Offender Supervision by Gov. Mark Parkinson. Garretson, of Overland Park, is an attorney and managing partner for Garretson, Webb & Toth LLC. He was previously an assistant district attorney for the Johnson County District Attorney’s Office, is a board member and former president of the Johnson County Bar Foundation, and a past president of the Drug and Alcohol Council of Johnson County. The council oversees and administers the state’s participation in the interstate compact for adult offenders’ supervision and develops policies concerning the operations and procedures of the compact within the state. Andrew F. Halaby, L’96, has been appointed to the editorial board of Landslide magazine, the flagship publication of the American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law. Landslide is the ABA-IPL’s primary forum for discussions of national and international intellectual property issues. It is widely read by practitioners, general counsel, judges and academics. Halaby is a partner in the Phoenix law firm of Snell & Wilmer LLP. An experienced lawyer, Halaby

focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation. He has served as lead counsel in dozens of intellectual property cases, including trademark infringement, trade dress infringement, unfair competition, cyberpiracy, trade secret misappropriation, patent infringement, copyright infringement and deceptive advertising cases. He is admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Terry Leibold, L’96, has joined the Lawrence, law firm of Petefish, Immel, Heeb & Hird LLP. Brandon Copple, L’97, who has been managing editor of Crain’s Chicago Business since 2005, is leaving for a similar role at Groupon.com, the fast-growing social networking site that since November 2008 offers users daily discounts to businesses in their area. Copple will manage and edit content at Groupon, including that associated with the site’s daily deals, while also helping oversee staff expansion.

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mater shows that you appreciate the high-caliber education you received. Gifts of all sizes matter, and 100 percent of your donation supports the area of your choice. By making a $1,000 annual gift to the KU School of Law, you will be recognized as a member of the Deans Club. Making a gift is just a click away—simply visit kugiving.org/givenow. Giving online is easy, fast and secure. What better way to show your passion for KU?

Ann Bittinger, L’98, has been appointed chair of the Physician Organizations Practice Group of the American Health Lawyers Association for

2010-11. The AHLA is the nation’s largest organization devoted to legal issues that physicians, hospitals and other health care companies face. It has more than 10,000 members, 840 of whom are members of the practice group that Bittinger will lead. Bittinger is with The Bittinger Law Firm in Jacksonville, Fla. Her practice focuses on representing physician groups and other health care companies in business, regulatory, licensure and other health care legal matters. Amy E. Morgan, L’98, Overland Park, has been appointed to serve a three-year term on the Kansas Bar Foundation Board of Trustees. She became a Kansas Bar Foundation Fellow in 2009. Morgan is a shareholder with the firm of Polsinelli Shughart PC. Wesley F. Smith, L’98, received the Kansas Bar Association’s Outstanding Service Award during its Installation and Awards Dinner in June in Wichita. The awards are given to recognize lawyers and judges for their service to the legal profession. Smith is a partner at the Lawrence and Topeka law firm of Stevens and Brand LLP.

Brian Goodman, L’99, was featured in the May 2010 OC Metro Magazine’s 40 Under 40 issue, an annual list of over-achieving young professionals on their way up. Goodman is senior practice leader for legal and regulatory matters at Resources Global Professionals in Costa Mesa, Calif.

2000s Jeffrey M. Kuntz, L’00, is the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association’s 2010 recipient of the Thomas J. Conway Award. The award honors a younger trial lawyer who exemplifies two traits of the late Tom Conway: outstanding trial skills and the ability to be a fierce advocate and a good friend to opposing counsel at the same time. Kuntz is a Partner at Wagstaff & Cartmell. Michelle Morse, L’00, recently moved from practicing as a corporate attorney for various corporations in Kansas City to working in the nonprofit arena as the development director for Jackson County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). CASA provides volunteers to abused and neglected children in Jackson County, Mo. John Bryant, L’01, and Kristiane Gray, L’06, are pleased to announce their engagement. They plan to be married in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, in August 2011. Bryant is currently the deputy county attorney at the Leavenworth County Attorney’s Office. Gray is an assistant district attorney at the Wyandotte County District Attorney’s Office in Kansas City, Kan. Shawn Potter, L’01, is practicing with Powell, Potter & Poulsen, serving the legal needs of individuals in Summit, Wasatch and Northern Utah counties in Utah. The firm emphasizes its practice in the areas of real estate, construction law, business law, and tax and estate planning. A. Scott Waddell, L’02, has started his own firm, Waddell Law Firm LLC, in Kansas City, Mo. He specializes in plaintiff’s consumer protection litigation, plaintiff’s personal injury cases and general business (to business) litigation, as well as other types of cases. Carrie Wortman, L’02, and Steve Allton, L’04, were married in October 2009 in Lawrence.

Wortman is a research attorney with the Kansas Court of Appeals in Topeka. Allton is a staff attorney with Legal Services for Students at the University of Kansas. They reside in Lawrence. Jamie Huffman Jones, L’03, was named a Mid-South Rising Star for 2009. In 2010, she was named a partner in the Little Rock, Ark., law firm of Eldredge & Clark LLP. Jamie and her husband, David, welcomed their first child, a daughter named Arden Marisa, in late spring. Molly Schimmels Carella and Franklyn R. Carella, both L’04, are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Olivia Rose, in June 2010. They make their home in Olathe. Jessica Donda Ledbetter, L’04, Keller, Texas, is a collegiate regional membership specialist for Pi Beta Phi Fraternity, Region 2. Molly Brown, L’05, has joined the Anchorage, Alaska, office of Patton Boggs LLP. She practices in the areas of Native American affairs, natural resources, and litigation and dispute resolution. Emily Haverkamp, L’05, left the Mdivani Law Firm in Overland Park to open her own practice. She will focus on immigration law but will also include other areas of law to serve the Spanish-speaking community. Tucker L. Poling, L’06, has joined the law firm of Holbrook & Osborn PA in Overland Park. Poling’s practice concentrates on general litigation and medical malpractice defense. David Vermooten, L’06, is working as a legal librarian at the New Mexico Supreme Court Library in Santa Fe, N.M. Elizabeth “Liz” Rogers, L’07, is pleased to announce her marriage to Dr. Benjamin Rebein in May 2010. They reside in Hackensack, N.J. Saraliene Smith, L’07, is pleased to announce her marriage to Christian Durrett in June 2010. They make their home in Las Vegas. Michael A. Breen, L’08, is practicing with Fisher Bren & Sheridan LLP in Minneapolis. He focuses his practice on construction, product

liability, environmental, employment, insurance coverage and personal injury defense. Megan L. Chapman, L’08, has joined the law firm of Holbrook & Osborn PA in Overland Park. Chapman’s practice concentrates on health care, employment and general litigation. Carol Toland Napp, L’08, accepted a research associate position with the Ohio Legislative Service Commission in August 2010. Her responsibilities include drafting bills and amendments, staffing committees and researching questions for members of the Ohio General Assembly. Burton Harding, L’09, who opened his law office in September 2009 in Girard, Kan., recently received the Pro Bono Award for volunteering his professional services on behalf of those in need. The award was presented to him by the Pittsburg Field Office of Kansas Legal Services. Harding married Casie Brammer of Springfield, Mo., in July 2010. Daniel “Danny” B. Moskowitz, L’09, has joined King & Barlow’s Nashville, Tenn., office as an associate in the firm’s litigation and entertainment departments. Moskowitz’s practice focuses on complex litigation in state and federal courts throughout the country and representation of record labels, artists and other parties to the music industry. Recently, he was appointed to a two-year term as co-chair of the ABA Criminal Justice Section White Collar Crime Committee Young Lawyers Subcommittee, which begins in September 2010. Jake Baldwin, L’10, is practicing with the Chicago firm of Cinnamon Mueller, a small firm specializing in representing telecommunications companies. Anne Weltmer, L’10, and Jonathan Kealing were married in May 2010. They reside in Lawrence.

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The Way We Were

KU Archives/Spencer Research Library

A walk to remember

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ince 1978, KU Law students have made an annual journey back to Old Green Hall at the top of Mount Oread, where the law school first opened in 1878. The walk begins at the current law building, 15th and Burdick, and heads back through time as students ascend the Hill, take their place on the steps of Old Green and listen to a faculty member recount stories from law school history. These days, Martin Dickinson leads the way and shares the lore, as in the photo at right from the 2010 walk. In 1978, Paul Wilson led the charge. Pictured above are members of the first group of students to take classes in the new law building — and the first group to return to the school’s birth place in 1978.

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Dear Alumni & Friends of KU Law, Law school is transitory by nature. Each year, we admit a promising new class of first-year students, eager to learn the law, not long after we’ve sent a well-educated group of KU lawyers out into the world to be strong advocates and leaders. The transitions under way this year, however, move beyond the normal ebb and flow in Green Hall. With the departure of Dean Gail Agrawal this summer, I am humbly leading the way as my colleagues search for a new dean to take us in exciting new directions. I am honored to serve as interim dean at the law school where I’ve worked as a professor and administrator for the past 12 years. It has been my pleasure to meet so many loyal, accomplished alumni and friends in the short time that I’ve held this position. You also continually prove to be a generous group, as the donor report on the following pages exhibits. Your gifts allowed us to provide scholarships, support faculty research, enrich the library collection and host distinguished speakers – even in the midst of a faltering economy. You also gave freely of your time and talent. You spoke on career panels, presented at continuing legal education seminars, delivered guest lectures, mentored students and served on advisory boards. The law school is a better place because of you, and I thank you on behalf of our students, faculty and staff. The dean transition is not the only change at Green Hall this fall. Noticeably absent from our classrooms are two long-time faculty members. George Coggins and Keith Meyer both retired this spring after a remarkable 81 years of combined service. We wished them farewell at a dinner in May. You can read more about their KU Law careers in this issue. With their departure came the arrival of two new faculty faces: Virginia Harper Ho and Lou Mulligan. Ho joins us as an associate

professor from the University of IndianaBloomington. She’s teaching Business Associations and Corporate Finance. Mulligan, whose return to KU marks a homecoming to his undergraduate alma mater, will teach Civil Procedure and Jurisdiction. We expect great things from these accomplished teachers and scholars.

from the

dean

In August, we welcomed 165 new students – a diverse class of some of the best and brightest students we have admitted to date. The median LSAT score is up, and we have seen increased enrollment in our Two-Year J.D. for Foreign-Trained Lawyers and S.J.D. (Doctor of Juridical Science) programs, which draw students from around the nation and world to Green Hall. We know you’ve been undergoing transitions of your own. Another story in this issue focuses on recent alumni who have opened their own legal practices, most of them after leaving larger firms. And in the Alumni Notes, you’ve reported changes in family, jobs and even careers. We’re proud of your accomplishments and grateful for your service and gifts to KU Law. You can be confident that your contributions directly impact our students and the education they receive. One piece of evidence: KU Law was recently singled out as a top 20 “best value” law school by preLaw Magazine for the second year in a row. We value this ranking because it is consistent with our primary mission to provide a high-quality legal education that is affordable to students. We ranked an impressive No. 5 on the list because of our high bar pass rates, employment rates of 85 percent or more, low tuition and a lower-than-average indebtedness.

Stephen W. Mazza Interim Dean & Professor of Law

You help make those achievements possible. In economic times that continue to challenge us all, your ongoing support is crucial to maintaining these standards. Thank you for your generosity. I look forward to meeting more of you in my travels throughout the state and country in the coming months.

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donor report

With sincere thanks to our donors JAMES WOODS GREEN MEDALLION HONOREES

The James Woods Green Medallion honors donors whose cumulative giving to the University of Kansas School of Law is $25,000 and above. Honorees whose names are italicized are deceased.

INDIVIDUALS

Constance M. Achterberg, L’53 Frank A. Ackerman, L’80 Donald D. Adams, L’64, & Ann Wees Adams J. Eugene Balloun, L’54 Richard A. Barber, L’34 Mrs. Richard A. Barber Barbara Blake Bath, PhD, & Thomas D. Bath, PhD Lydia I. Beebe, L’77, & Charles E. Doyle, L’78 Blake A. Biles, L’75 Richard L. Bond, L’60, & Suzanne Sedgwick Bond John K. Bremyer, L’46, & Jayne Williamson Bremyer The Hon. Clayton Brenner, L’28 Daisy E. & Paul H. Brown Max & Mary Brown Professor Emeritus Robert C. Casad Barkley Clark Gertrude Clark Peggy A. Clark Teresa Blatchley Conkey Mary K. Connell O. J. Connell Jr., L’38 Donald L. Cordes, L’59 Professor Mike Davis & Faye Davis Suzanne M. Decker Michael F. Delaney, L’76, & Kathleen L. Delaney Glen W. Dickinson Professor Martin B. Dickinson Jr. Carolyn A. Dillon & Richard W. Dillon William R. Docking, L’77, & Judy O. Docking Robert L. Driscoll, L’64 Gary Duncan, L’74, & Adrianna D. Gonzales Duncan Ruth Adair Dyer, L’21 Mildred A. Early David S. Elkouri, L’78 Clem Fairchild Dorothy Feir, PhD Bruce A. Finzen, L’73 David H. Fisher, L’38, & Mary Frances Fisher Charles L. Frickey, L’69 Loren M. Gensman Roland D. Gidney Jr., L’47 Donald W. Giffin, L’53, & Esther Brown Giffin Ernest J. Goppert, L’17 Brian G. Grace, L’67 Jordan L. Haines, L’57, & Shirley Cundiff Haines Barry D. Halpern, L’73, & Cynthia A. Halpern Kenneth M. Hamilton, L’47, & Ruth Hamilton Roberta B. Harkness Minnie I. Harms Edward J. Healy, L’79 Alvin D. Herrington, L’57 Al J. & Sylvia M. Herrod Elma A. Holdeman Alice A. Hook Mrs. A. Bryce Huguenin John E. Hurley Jr., L’62, & Jo Sicking Hurley Elizabeth Ann Hylton The Hon. Theodore B. Ice, L’61, & Sue H. Ice Howard M. Immel, L’38, & Sue Immel Balfour & Margaret Jeffrey Richard Kane

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Professor Mike Kautsch & Elaine Kautsch Larry E. Keenan, L’54 John M. Kilroy Jr., L’73 Fred C. & Mary Robinson Koch Thomas G. Kokoruda, L’72 Florence M. Kuske Linda S. Legg, L’75, & The Hon. Lawrence G. Crahan The Hon. James K. Logan & Beverly Logan Robert W. Loyd, L’62, & Mary Jo Loyd Lyle D. Lutton Jr., L’50, & De Nell T. Lutton Daniel J. Lyons, L’77, & Maryanne Lyons Glenn E. McCann, L’40 Brian K. McLeod, L’89 Eunice H. Melik Col. Edward A. Metcalf III, Retired, L’49 Professor Keith G. Meyer & Janet A. Meyer George D. Miner, L’22 John R. Morse, L’75 The Hon. Ronald C. Newman, L’70 Holly Nielsen, L’82 Bernard E. Nordling, L’49, & Barbara A. Nordling Charles H. Oldfather Jr. Hortense Casady Oldfather Bernard V. O’Neill Jr., L’76, & Marion W. O’Neill The Hon. James W. Paddock, L’56 Marjorie L. Page Robert A. Page, L’53 Mary Louise Parker Diane S. Parrish, L’79 Professor John C. Peck, L’74, & Pamela C. Peck William B. Pendleton, L’57 Mary Ruth Watermulder Petefish Arthur C. Piculell Jr., L’65, & Dee W. Piculell Donald H. Postlethwaite, L’26, & Ruth Lawless Postlethwaite Jean Humphrey Proffitt & Roy F. Proffitt Raymond F. Rice, L’1908, & Ethel Rice John M. Rounds, L’39 The Hon. M. Kay Royse, L’78 Joan R. Ruff, L’73, & Dennis P. Wilbert, L’73 Bill R. Sampson, L’71 Drucilla J. Sampson, L’96 Elizabeth A. Schartz, L’88 Janet Manning Schroeder Robert A. Schroeder, L’37 Carolyn Henry Shinkle & J. Frank Shinkle, L’41 Mary Maurine Shurtz Leo R. Sissel, L’50 Beatrice Siegel The Hon. Fred N. Six, L’56, & Lilian Six Christopher Smith, L’72 Glee S. Smith Jr., L’47, & Geraldine B. Smith Frank L. Snell, L’24 Mary Ellen Stadler Roger D. Stanton, L’63, & Judith Duncan Stanton Kate Stephens The Hon. Donnan Stephenson, L’48, & Patricia Ledyard Stephenson Mikel L. Stout, L’61, & LeAnn R. Stout Edna J. Sullivan & James E. Sullivan, L’29 Willard B. Thompson, L’58 Erma B. & Frank E.Tyler Omer G.Voss, L’39, & Annabele K.Voss Katherine Hall Wagstaff & Robert W. Wagstaff Gary A. Waldron, L’79, & Carol A. Foster Charles R. Wall Professor William E. Westerbeke Douglas D. Wheat, L’74, & Laura L. Wheat Houston L.Whiteside Willard G.Widder, L’49 Karl T.Wiedemann

Paul L.Wilbert, L’38 Susan Scott Wilner R. Dean Wolfe, L’69 Stanley N. Woodworth, L’78 Robert S. Wunsch, L’58, & Barbara Bateman Wunsch Paul Yde, L’85, & Sarah Elder D. Spencer Yohe, L’54 FIRMS AND FOUNDATIONS Foulston Siefkin LLP Hampton & Royce LC Hinkle Elkouri Law Firm LLC Hite Fanning & Honeyman LLP Morris, Laing, Evans, Brock & Kennedy Chtd. Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthaus PC The Ethel and Raymond F. Rice Foundation Ross Foundation Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP Shook, Hardy & Bacon Foundation Shughart Thomson & Kilroy PC Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP Wal-Mart Stores Inc. DEANS CLUB AMBASSADORS ($10,000 and above) Barbara Blake Bath, PhD & Thomas D. Bath, PhD Margaret R. Bath Lydia I. Beebe Estate of Suzanne M. Decker Estate of Darthea S. & Augustus V. diZerega Charles E. Doyle Jordan L. and Shirley Cundiff Haines Estate Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City Edward J. Healy & Helen Healy Elizabeth Ann Hylton Professor Keith G. Meyer & Janet A. Meyer Polsinelli Shughart PC The Ethel and Raymond F. Rice Foundation Frances O. Rice Trust Ross Foundation Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP Christopher Smith & Diana P. Smith Sunflower Foundation: Health Care for Kansans United States District Court Bar Registration Douglas D. Wheat & Laura L. Wheat R. Dean Wolfe & Cheryl L. Wolfe D. Spencer Yohe DEANS CLUB BENEFACTORS ($5,000 to $9,999) Sydney and Blake Bath Foundation Bever Dye Foundation Walter C. Brauer III Foulston Siefkin LLP Larry E. Keenan & Patricia L. Degner-Keenan Kellogg’s Corporate Citizenship Fund Lathrop & Gage LLP Judge James K. Logan & Beverly Jennings Logan Robert W. Loyd & Mary Jo Loyd Daniel J. Lyons & Maryanne Lyons Macy’s Foundation Dara Trum Miles Robin J. Miles Elizabeth A. Schartz Shook, Hardy & Bacon Foundation Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

DEANS CLUB PATRONS ($3,000 to $4,999) Donald D. Adams & Ann Wees Adams Altria Group Inc. J. Eugene Balloun Belin Foundation Professor Emeritus Robert C. Casad & Sarah McKeighan Casad Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Deloitte Foundation Hite, Fanning & Honeyman LLP Kansas Women Attorneys Association Calvin J. Karlin Judge Janice Miller Karlin Jennifer Johnson Kinzel Lucy E. Mason & Cris Sena Brian K. McLeod Kenneth W. Reeves III Cathy A. Reinhardt & Norman A. St. Laurent Bill Sampson Drucilla J. Sampson Kelley D. Sears & Jane A. Sears Snell & Wilmer LLP Shannon L. Spangler & Michael E. Spangler Estate of Kate Stephens Omer G.Voss & Annabelle K.Voss Martha S. Warren DEANS CLUB ($1,000 to $2,999) Constance M. Achterberg Ernest Adelman & Barbara Boley Adelman Dean Gail B. Agrawal & Naurang M. Agrawal, MD Lynn L. Anderson & La Faun McMurry Anderson Larry D. Armel & JoAnne Armel Orval F. Baldwin II The Bank of America Foundation Barber Emerson LC Justice Carol A. Beier & Richard W. Green J. Rod Betts Ron Bodinson William F. Bradley Jr. John W. Brand Jr. & Barbara Sample Brand Andrew D. Carpenter Bruce E. Cavitt Walter L. Cofer & Nicola R. Heskett Timothy E. Congrove Kevin M. Connor & Anne L. Connor Daniel D. Crabtree Peter K. Curran & Virginia Schubert Curran David Davenport & Sally Nelson Davenport James R. Davis II Kimberly Perkins Davis Professor Michael J. Davis & Faye S. Davis R. Steven Davis & Kim Bowen Davis Stanley D. Davis & Kathleen Perkins Mark M. Deatherage Kirt D. DeHaan & Cheryl R. DeHaan Michael F. Delaney & Kathleen Gibbons Delaney Professor Martin B. Dickinson Jr. & Sallie Francis Dickinson Donald N. Dirks Robert E. Donatelli & Katherine Donatelli Professor Christopher R. Drahozal & Kaye M. Drahozal Leo P. Dreyer & Lorry Glawe Dreyer Robert L. Driscoll & Marilyn Rockwell Driscoll Melvin L. Ehrlich Yvette Leerskov Ehrlich Judge Jerry G. Elliott & Debra S. Duncan Jeffrey R. Emerson Ernst & Young Foundation

ExxonMobil Foundation Jane A. Finn, PhD Bruce A. Finzen First Heartland Foundation Inc. Myron L. Frans Charles L. Frickey & Diane Paris Frickey Robert H. Gale Jr. & Linda C. Gale Teodoro Garcia Jr. Lawrence C. Gates & Jeanne K. Gates Mary K. Gates Hugh W. Gill IV & Ingrid Olson Gill Timothy A. Glassco Jeanne Gorman Professor David J. Gottlieb & Rita Sloan Gottlieb Cathy Havener Greer Jonathan H. Gregor Andrew F. Halaby & Ann M. Halaby Barry D. Halpern & Cynthia Zedler Halpern Nancy Fligg Hampton John E. Hayes III & Suzanne Lafferty Hayes Professor John W. Head & Lucia Orth Head David R. Hederstedt & Valerie Hederstedt Mark C. Hegarty & Janelle K. Hegarty Patrick J. Henderson Alvin D. Herrington Mark D. Hinderks & Mary Ann Hinderks Hinkle Elkouri Law Firm LLC Charles H. Hostetler & Julie A. Hostetler Jo Sicking Hurley Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP Ryan J. Huschka Judge Theodore B. Ice & Sue Harper Ice Illinois Tool Works Foundation Dorothy M. Ingalls & Kevin K. Jurrens Brian A. Jackson Scott D. Kaiser Kansas State Committee/American College of Trial Lawyers Professor Mike Kautsch & Elaine Kautsch Matthew D. Keenan & Lori Hickman Keenan Robert F. Kethcart & Stephanie A. Kethcart Barbara A. Knops Peter C. Knops Brad Korell Thomas H. Krueger & Jean Krueger Judge Edward Larson & Mary L. Larson Linda L. Lee Steven K. Linscheid Mon Yin Lung Maureen M. Mahoney Crystal Whitebread Mai Peter A. Martin & Ann Wagner Martin Robert J. McCully & Stacey Diane McCully Debra M. Hart McLaughlin M.B. Miller Nicholas P. Mizell William M. Modrcin Jr. Deborah Cawley Moeller Michael D. Moeller Adam R. Moore John R. Morse & Kay Stine Morse Eric S. Namee & Tracy Lynn Namee Jeffrey S. Nelson & Lisa K. Nelson John C. Nettels Jr. & Sheila M. Nettels Northern Trust Matching Gift Program Evan J. Olson & Susan Woodin Olson Gary L. Olson & Vicki A. Olson Bernard V. O’Neill Jr. & Marion W. O’Neill Judge James W. Paddock & Ruth Davenport Paddock Payne & Jones Foundation Eugene S. Peck & Laura Fraser Peck Professor John C. Peck & Pamela C. Peck Patrick E. Peery & Cheryl Messer Peery Jason E. Pepe & Jennifer Pepe Robert C. Perry Joseph M. Rebein & Susan Waring Rebein Scott W. Sayler & Nancy Zarda Sayler

Kari S. Schmidt Karen Zambri Schutter Stephen M. Schutter Seigfreid, Bingham, Levy, Selzer & Gee PC William H. Seiler Jr. J. Stanley Sexton & Tommye C. Sexton Professor Jan Bowen Sheldon, PhD, JD & Professor James A. Sherman John W. Simpson & Carolyn C. Simpson Floyd W. Smith Jr. & Cecilia E. Smith Holly Pauling Smith Tina A. Smith Gentra Abbey Sorem & James R. Sorem Jr., PhD Kenneth W. Spain & Cynthia Mullen Spain Sprint Foundation Jennifer Stackhouse Roger D. Stanton & Judith Duncan Stanton Mikel L. Stout & LeAnn R. Stout Peter E. Strand & Sheila C. Strand Scott B. Strohm R. Kent Sullivan S. Lee Taylor Thompson & Knight Foundation Mark R. Thompson & Barbara E. Thompson UMB Bank NA Alleen S.VanBebber Michael L. Walden Robert E. L. Walker H. Steven Walton & Sandra M. Walton Yanping Wang Perry D. Warren & Janet Beebe Warren Westar Energy Foundation Professor William E. Westerbeke J. Robert Wilson & Marguerite J. Wilson Francis and LaVerne Winterburg Fund Women in Law Marie S. Woodbury & Daniel C. Claiborn, PhD Stanley N. Woodworth & Nancy G. Woodworth Robert S. Wunsch & Barbara Bateman Wunsch CAMPANILE CLUB ($500 to $999) Asian American Bar Association of Kansas City John F. Baird II & Julie A. Baird Brandon H. & Anne L. Bauer Norman E. Beal & Sally Jenkins Beal Brian L. Becker Judge Donald W. Bostwick & Jill Bostwick Jennifer S. Brannan Charles A. Briscoe Judge Mary Beck Briscoe Judge Wesley E. Brown Bryan Cave LLP Anne E. Burke Kristy Line Buyle Mark P. Buyle Patricia J. & Frank F. Castellano Donald E. Chambers Tim Connell Richard E. Dietz & Marsha Merritt Dietz Nancy M. Dixon John D. & Karin M. Dunbar Anne Murray Emert Mark T. Emert Rich Federico Jill S. Ferrel Fleeson, Gooing, Coulson & Kitch Patrick X. & Susan E. Fowler Donald W. Giffin & Esther Brown Giffin Phillip A. & Marlene K. Glenn Kirk J. Goza Shirley Edmonds Goza Casey S. Halsey & Paula Bush Halsey Charles E. Hammond & Judith Hammer Hammond

Lewis A. Heaven Jr. & Paula Butz Heaven Jay E. Heidrick & Melissa M. Heidrick Jeffrey D. Hewett Duane R. Hirsch & Shirley Hirsch Joseph J. Hoagland & Norma Decker Hoagland Hovey Williams LLP Peter S. Johnston & Sara Peckham Johnston, MD John J. Jurcyk Jr. & Rita Menghini Jurcyk Kansas City Southern Ramona K. Kantack Kraig M. Kohring & Molly Ash Kohring Karen S. Kressin Melissa M. Krueger Timothy J. Kuester Julie M. Larson Cheryl Hagemann Lindeman Curt M. Lindeman Campanile Scott C. Long George A. & Rosemary Lowe Justin M. & Emily Lungstrum Paulette M. Manville Kim R. Martens & Glenda Tackett Martens Keith U. & Hulda Martin Carolyn L. Matthews William P. Matthews Col. Karen E. Mayberry Professor Stephen W. Mazza Barbara L. McCloud William C. & Vicki S. Nulton Sean J. O’Hara & Amy Cox O’Hara James J. O’Malley Deirdre E. Ortiz, PhD Paul D. Post & Kay Kelly, LSCSW Ann J. Premer Chris Robe Ronald R. Rowland Professor Elinor P. Schroeder Connor J. Sears Neil R. Shortlidge & Renee Sproul Shortlidge James J. & Chirl Ann Sienicki Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP Michael A. Sternlieb John D. Stewart Judge David L. Stutzman & Wendy Blank David G. & Diana L. Summers Thompson & Knight LLP Mary A. & Jason M. Walker Larkin Evans Walsh Matthew S. Walsh Judge Michael E. Ward & Lissa Leonard Ward Warden Grier LLP Professor Stephen J. Ware & Katherine L. Ware Robert J. Werner Wichita Bar Association Robert E. & Mary L. Williams Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr LLP Margaret Dandurand Wilson Matt Wiltanger & Laura J. Taylor Winton A. Winter Jr. & Mary Boyd Winter Rebecca A. Winterscheidt William J. & Jo E. Wochner Cynthia S. Woelk Jason M. & Kristie Zager CRIMSON AND BLUE CLUB ($300 to $499) Frank A. Ackerman David C. & Priscilla A. All Craig & Christine Anderson Terry Arthur & Virginia Thomas Arthur Brian P. & Veronica M. Banks Barristerbooks Inc. Patricia McCoy Bartley Daniel A. & Ree A. Belhumeur William Bevan III & Gail M. Bevan

Larry J. & Ann H. Bingham Bradley L. & Judith L. Brehm Margaret M. Breinholt Paul D. Budd Brent J. Burtin & Theresa O’Connor Burtin Colleen A. Cacy & Peter Akmajian Mark A. Cole Jr. Christopher P. Colyer Melissa L. Conboy & William E. Mountford II Richard A. Cook II & Morgan Feeney Cook Staci L. Cooper Robert W. Coykendall & Dorothy A. Hirsch Shelli Crow-Johnson Margaret B. Dardess Laura A. Denk Max E. Eberhart & Nina Gillig Eberhart Kent R. & Lisa R. Erickson Pamela Hooper Feinstein & Larry B. Feinstein Thomas P. Garretson & Carole Bomhard Garretson Jon W. & Linda M. Gilchrist GlaxoSmithKline Foundation C. Peter Goplerud III Steven W. Grieb John L. Hampton & Carol Fagre Hampton N. William Hines Jr. & Jean S. Hines Richard G. & Carol A. Hunsucker Kristin Hope Hutchison & Joe Robert Hutchison, MD Topper & Linda D. Johntz Kansas University Endowment Association Nicholas Kemp & Jennifer Booth Kemp, MD Rachel J. Kibler-Melby John A. Koepke Sharylyn Gelvin Lacey Travis D. Lenkner Zachary A. Lerner Joe L. Levy & Pat Pote Levy Kendra Spaeth Lewison Terry L. & Monica S. Malone James M. Marion Pamela Meador Mattson & Lynn P. Mattson Philip C. & Jill McKnight Beverly Thomas McMillan Elizabeth A. Meekins Doris K. Nagel Christopher B. Phelan Jacqueline Egr Pueppke Judge James A. Pusateri & Jacqueline A. Pusateri Rasmussen, Willis, Dickey & Moore LLC Brenda Petrie Register & Benton Register Thomas A. Robinette Jr. & Margaret Shramek Robinett Judge Julie A. Robinson Nancy Schmidt Roush & John M. Roush Bradley S. & Mary Frances Russell Judge Janice D. Russell Dionne M. Scherff & Thomas R. Crawford Carol Zuschek Smith Wayne E. Smith Wesley F. Smith & Lisa M. Leroux-Smith Ann & Mark A. Soderberg Jeffrey S. Southard Thomas W. Stibal Jon A. Strongman Derek T. Teeter Holly Hydeman Teeter Gabrielle M. Thompson & Oliver L. Weaver, PhD Kathryn Marie Timm Earl D. & Shirley A. Tjaden Thomas E.Vaughn Judge Marcia K. Walsh Daniel L. & Phyllis Watkins John R. Wiebke Susan Krehbiel William Roy E. & Merritta J. Williams Estate of Aaron A. Wilson Jr.

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donor report 1865 CLUB ($100 to $299) Martin K. Albrecht & Shari Feist Albrecht Philip H. & Jeanine R. Alexander Patrick H. Allen Thomas P. & Elizabeth Alongi Collin B. & Dana Altieri American Multi-Cinema Inc. Eric N. & Bonnie J. Anderson Gene H. Anderson John L. Andra Angela S. Armenta Gavin W. & Christine J. Armstrong AT&T Foundation Eric J. Aufdengarten Carol Jean Bacon Katherine J. Bailes Baird Holm LLP Ernest C. Ballweg Frank S. Bangs Jr. Joel A. Bannister Mark C. Bannister Debra Lee Barnett Donald F. Bayer Jacob W. Bayer Jr. & Leslie Russo Bayer Brandon O. Bean Bion J. Beebe & Vicki Storm Beebe Patricia A. Bennett & Michael G. Haefele Lisa Walter Beran & Gerald W. Beran Jr. Victor A. Bergman & Susan D. Bergman, MD F. Richard & Regina Y. Bernasek Michael E. Bierman Michael R. Bizal Dennis M. Blackwood & Carole A. Cadue-Blackwood Robin C. & Deborah M. Blair Elizabeth A. Blake Marcela C. Blanco-Mendoza Anne H. & William R. Blessing Lawrence W. Blickhan Stacia Gressel Boden Alice Boler Bolin Michael S. & Jennifer J. Boohar Karen L. Borell Edward M. Boyle Charles E. & Kathryn R. Branson Bert & Lorie M. Braud Aaron J. Breitenbach Gerald W. Brenneman Mariam Moussa Brunton Ryan C. Brunton Cynthia R. Bryant Nathaniel J. Bunck Stacy M. Bunck George A. Burns Judge Michael B. Buser & Holly L. Buser Mark S. Carder Cardinal Health Foundation Judith Kloster Carlson Cerner Corporation Stephen C. Chambers Barry A. Clark William P. Coates Jr. & Kathryn Hillyard Coates Louis A. Cohn & Lora A. Cohn, PhD Stuart R. & Kelley L. Collier Michael E. & Janice K. Collins John D. Conderman & Patricia R. Conderman Chad B. & Jill S. Cook Crissa Seymour Cook Jerald J. Cook Brett C. Coonrod Matthew K. & Tammara M. Corbin Timothy R. Cork & Janice Irwin Cork Robert I. Correales Brent N. & Michel Coverdale Bernard J. Craig Richard L. Cram

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Marshall L. Crowther & Sandra Garvey Crowther, EdD Donald A. & Judy Culp Ellen Maura Curry Ruth C. Curtis Jack E. & Janol Lee Dalton Heywood H. Davis & Louise Swigart Davis Nathaniel Davis Jr. Amy M. & Gary W. Decker John P. DeCoursey Anna Marie Dempsey Paul M. Dent & Deborah K. Simpson Dent Philip V. Di Zerega Bryan J. Didier & Jeremy Wilkins Didier Michael E. Dill Kathleen A. Dillon R. Stanley Ditus Michael A. Doll Holly A. Dyer Patrick A. Edwards John R. Eichstadt Justin D. Elkouri Tommy L. Emerson Jr. James W. Engler & Marcelyn Graham Engler Richard L. & Lauren D. English Lisa A. Epps Elaine M. Esparza Timothy J. & Mary S. Evans Faegre & Benson Foundation Alfred S. Farha, JD Benjamin F. Farney & Etta Williams Farney Carly E. Farrell Rita Fernandez-Bigras Bradley R. Finkeldei First Management Inc. Patrick R. Ford FPL Group Foundation Inc. Drew D. Frackowiak Jonathan E. Frank & Christine Frank Gregory L. Franken Joni J. Franklin Lynne A. Friedewald Jana Patterson Gagner & David W. Gagner Adam J. Gasper Kathryn O’Hara Gasper John J. & Carolyn K. Gates James R. & Karen Gilliland Mark S. & Sandra Goldman William E. Goss Steven D. & Lisa A. Gough Edward H. & Julia N. Graham Abigail E.N. Grantstein The Greater K.C. Chapter of Links Inc. Larry Greenbaum Gilbert E. Gregory Jerry L. Griffith Timothy J. & Janette K. Grillot Robert I. & Susan S. Guenthner Hallmark Corporate Foundation Marian S. Hamilton Frank R. Hampton & Isabelle A. Richard-Hampton Mark A. & Debra L. Hannah Gary H. & Jeanne M. Hanson Nathan C. & Kim B. Harbur Randall R. Hardy & Saralyn Reece Hardy Marilyn M. Harp & Marc A. Quillen, PhD Richard C. Harris Anne Fleishel Harris & Wilbur C. Buckheit Mark C. Hauber Harold L. Haun Charles R. Hay Deanne Watts Hay D. Randall & Joyce E. Heilman Amber Gonzalez Heineman Justin A. Hendrix Paul B. Henrion II & Rebecca A. Henrion C. Albert Herdoiza Joshua David Hernandez John C. & Cynthia L. Hickey

Judith Holden Hidalgo David L. Hiebert & Sheridan Dirks Hiebert Dean B. Hill Wyatt A. & Mary Ann Hoch Ross A. Hollander James D. & Karen T. Holt Robert B. & Caroline E. Hosford Stephen J. House Philip A. Hrenchir Matthew P. Hurt Ronald G. Huston Evan H. Ice & Jill Redfern Ice International Law Society Eugene E. Irvin Bruce R. Jeide Wendy M. Jenkins Michael T. Jilka John Deere Foundation Darrel E. Johnson Karen I. Johnson Kent E. Johnson Leslie A. Johnson Johnson County Bar Association Andrew M. Jones Blythe Ridenour Jones Christopher R. Jones Heather A. Jones John W. & Dee Dee Jordan Alan Joseph & Diane Oliver Joseph Leonard W. Jurden IV & Juliana R. Jurden Patrick J. Kaine Gina Kaiser Kansas Bar Association Jennifer M. Kassebaum William A. Kassebaum Christopher J. Kaufman & Allison Draffan Kaufman KC Lesbian, Gay & Allied Lawyers Martin J. Keenan & Julie Castelli Keenan Vernon A. Keller Pamela Keller & John W. Keller, MD Michele A. Kessler Brenda Roberts Kissam Judge Peggy Carr Kittel Rick A. Kittel Celeste Holder Kling & Robert Kling, PhD Mark W. Knackendoffel & E. Ann Knackendoffel, PhD Erika K. Knopp & Ryan C. Knopp, MD Koch Industries Ricardo A. Kolster David J. Kornelis Andrew N. Kovar Stuart M. Kowalski KPMG Foundation Clara L. Krentzel KU Public Interest Law Society Douglas & Shirley Lancaster John C. Landon Meredith S. Lang Stephen J. Lautz Judge Steve A. Leben & Ann E. Warner, MD Larry D. Leonard Robert L. Lesh & Edwina Crane Lesh Ronald L. & Joleen M. Leslie Christina L. Lewerenz Lewis, Rice & Fingersh LC Jeffrey Li Charles S. Lindberg & Dolores Goad Lindberg Samuel P. Logan & P. Diane McGrew Carl S. Long III & Mary K. Long Donald A. & Diane C. Low David Lowden & Dawne Adams Lowden, MD David H. & Debi Luce Barbara A. Lundin & Lawrence P. Daniels William E. & Carol A. Lupton William F. Lyle Jr. William A. Lynch & Linda Grinpas Lynch

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donor report Polsinelli Shalton Welte Suelthaus Fund Don and Ruth Lawless Postlethwaite Fund Public Interest Law Fund Robert A. Schroeder Family Teaching Fellowship Shook, Hardy & Bacon Center for Excellence in Advocacy Shughart, Thomson & Kilroy Fund Fred N. and Lilian Six Unrestricted Law School Fund James Barclay Smith Fund Snell & Wilmer Courtroom Renovation Fund Judge Nelson Timothy Stephens Lecture Stephenson Lectures in Law and Government Fund Stinson Morrison Hecker Fund Tax Certificate Program Fund Tribal Law & Government Center Fund Gary A. Waldron and Carol A. Foster Law School Dean Discretionary Fund Gary A. Waldron and Carol A. Foster Law School Fund Douglas D. and Laura L. Wheat School of Law Opportunity Fund Houston Whiteside Fund Dennis P. Wilbert and Joan R. Ruff Fund Paul L. and Florine T. Wilbert Fund Wolfe Family Moot Court Assistance Fund Paul Yde Law and Economics Fund PRIZES AND AWARDS American College of Trial Lawyers, Kansas Chapter Award Barber Emerson, LC Blue Book Relays Robert F. Bennett Student Award Fund William L. Burdick Prize Mary Anne Chambers Service Award G. Gary Duncan Scholastic Improvement Prize Robert E. Edmonds Prize for Corporation and Securities Law Family Fund Robert C. Foulston and George Siefkin Prizes for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy Hershberger, Patterson, Jones & Roth Energy Law Award Walter Hiersteiner Outstanding Service Award Hinkle Elkouri Law Firm, LLC Tax Procedure Award W. Ross Hutton Prize Howard M. and Sue Immel Annual Teaching Award Lloyd M. Kagey Leadership Award Law Class of 1949 Leadership Award Janean Meigs Memorial Award in Law Fund Samuel Mellinger Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Award James P. Mize Trial Advocacy Award Dean Frederick J. Moreau Faculty Award Larry R. O’Neal/Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP Law School Award Fund Payne & Jones Lawyering Program Award Shapiro Award for Best Paper on Law & Public Policy Sonnenschein Scholars Program C. C. Stewart Award Susman Godfrey Trial Advocacy Fund UMB Bank Excellence in Trust Planning Award PROFESSORSHIPS Centennial Teaching Professorship Connell Teaching Professorships in Kansas Law E. S. and Tom Hampton Professorship John H. and John M. Kane Distinguished Professorship Raymond F. Rice Distinguished Professorship in Law

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John M. Rounds Distinguished Professorship in Law Robert A. Schroeder Distinguished Professorship J. B. Smith Distinguished Professorship in Constitutional Law Frank E. Tyler Professorship in Law Robert W. Wagstaff Distinguished Professorship in Law Paul E. Wilson Professorship in Law SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS Mark H. Adams Sr. Memorial Scholarship Warren D. Andreas Scholarship in Law Richard A. Barber Scholarship Judge Willard M. and Lucile H. Benton Memorial Scholarship Blackwell Sanders Diversity Scholarship Book Exchange Scholarships Bremyer Summer Intern Scholarship Fund Judge Clayton and Cecile Goforth Brenner Scholarship in Law Claude E. Chalfant Memorial Scholarship John W. and Gertrude Clark Scholarship Claude O. Conkey Memorial Scholarship Glen W. Dickinson Scholarship in Law William and Judy Docking Law School Scholarship Port and Mildred Early Scholarship Judge A. M. Ebright Memorial Scholarship Robert E. Edmonds Law School Scholarship Fleeson, Gooing, Coulson & Kitch Scholarship Foulston Siefkin 2L Scholarships Foulston Siefkin Diversity Scholarship Foulston Siefkin Law Review Scholarship Jordan and Shirley Haines Scholarship Thomas H. Harkness KU Law School Scholarship Darrell L. Havener Scholarship Aldie Haver Memorial Scholarship in Law The Help of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Scholarship Al J. and Sylvia M. Herrod Law Scholarship Hite, Fanning & Honeyman LLP Scholarship Michael H. Hoeflich and Karen J. Nordheden Scholarship in Law Enos A. Hook Memorial Scholarship Oliver H. Hughes Memorial Scholarship A. Bryce Huguenin School of Law Scholarship Judge Walter A. Huxman Scholarship Arthur M. Jackson Memorial Scholarship Elmer C. Jackson Jr. Scholarship in Law for Black Americans Margaret S. Jeffrey Scholarship Grant in Law Kansas Women Attorneys Association Jennie Mitchell Kellogg Scholarship Calvin and Janice Karlin Annual Scholarship Andrew Keenan Memorial Scholarship Kirk Family School of Law Scholarship Dorothy Arlene Bates Kirk Scholarship Law School Class of 1925 Scholarship Law Class of 1953 Scholarship Law School Scholarship Fund John R. Light and Gary Olson Scholarship Robert W. Loyd Scholarship in Law Frank A. Lutz Memorial Scholarship Kenton Mai Memorial Scholarship Minorities in Law Scholarships Harriet and Mancel Mitchell Scholarship in Law John R. Morse Law School Scholarship Ronald C. Newman Scholarship Major Eugene H. Nirdlinger Memorial Scholarship Bernard E. Nordling Scholarship Norton, Hubbard, Ruzicka & Kreamer L.C. Scholarship Judge Earl E. and Jean Ann O’Connor Memorial Scholarship Charles H. Oldfather Scholarship

Joseph O. and Mary Louise Parker Scholarship Olin K. and Mary Ruth Petefish School of Law Scholarship Polsinelli Shalton Welte Suelthaus Diversity Scholarship Polsinelli Shughart Scholarship Public Interest Summer Stipends Charles B. Randall Memorial Scholarship Ethel and Raymond F. Rice Scholarships Ross Foundation Law School Scholarship Judge M. Kay Royse Scholarship in Law Judge J. C. Ruppenthal Memorial Scholarship Vivian McAtee Schmidt Law Scholarship Robert A. and Janet Manning Schroeder Scholarships in Law Elisha Scott Memorial Scholarship Professor William R. Scott Scholarship Seigfreid, Bingham, Levy, Selzer & Gee Law Scholarship J. Frank and Carolyn Henry Shinkle Memorial Scholarship J. Frank Shinkle Student Aid Fund Shook, Hardy & Bacon Foundation Diversity in Law Scholarship Shook, Hardy & Bacon Scholarships Prof. Earl B. and Mary Maurine Shurtz Tribal Lawyer Scholarship Clarine Smissman JD and Edward Smissman PhD Scholarship in Law Carl T. Smith Memorial Scholarship Glee and Geraldine Smith Law Scholarship William C. Spangler Memorial Scholarship Judge Robert F. Stadler Memorial Scholarship Evelyn, Richard and Blanche Thompson Scholarship Leslie T. Tupy Scholarship Suzanne Valdez & Stephen McAllister Scholarship Voss Kansas Law Scholarship Wal-Mart Legal Diversity Scholarship Frederick L. Ward Memorial Scholarship J. L. Weigand Jr. Notre Dame Legal Education Trust Scholarship Willard G. Widder Scholarship Karl T. Wiedemann Scholarship in Law Paul R. Wunsch Scholarship CLASSES 1939 Omer G.Voss & Annabelle K.Voss 1940 John D. Stewart 1946 Jerry L. Griffith 1947 Keith U. & Hulda Martin Judge Richard D. Rogers & Cynthia J. Rogers 1949 Robert L. Lesh & Edwina Crane Lesh Arnold C. Nye 1950 Laird S. Campbell & Nancy Cornforth Campbell George A. & Rosemary Lowe Stanley Nelson L. Robert & Nina M. Pennington Jack O. Williams 1951 Ervin E. Grant & Mary Davis Grant Richard C. Harris Joe L. Levy & Pat Pote Levy Basil C. & Cecilia Marhofer

1952 William E. Goss Eugene E. Mitchell Col. Russell A. Stanley, U.S. Air Force, Retired 1953 Constance M. Achterberg Jack E. & Janol Lee Dalton Donald W. Giffin & Esther Brown Giffin Roy E. & Merritta J. Williams J. Robert Wilson & Marguerite J. Wilson 1954 J. Eugene Balloun Larry E. Keenan & Patricia L. Degner-Keenan Charles S. Lindberg & Dolores Goad Lindberg Robert E. L. Walker D. Spencer Yohe 1955 Donald N. Dirks Bob & Bev Londerholm Orlin L. Wagner 1956 Judge James W. Paddock & Ruth Davenport Paddock Justice Fred N. Six & Lilian Six John C. Wesley & Millicent Hunt Wesley 1957 R. Stanley Ditus Benjamin F. Farney & Etta Williams Farney Alvin D. Herrington Duane R. Hirsch & Shirley Hirsch John J. Jurcyk Jr. & Rita Menghini Jurcyk Peter A. Martin & Ann Wagner Martin 1958 Heywood H. Davis & Louise Swigart Davis Richard T. & Carol S. Foster Sally Cross Herrington William C. & Vicki S. Nulton Richard H. Rumsey & Lorie Dudley Rumsey Judge Gerald L. Rushfelt & Debbie Rushfelt Robert L. Tanner James D.VanPelt John E. & Marianne A. Wilkinson Robert S. Wunsch & Barbara Bateman Wunsch 1959 John W. Brand Jr. & Barbara Sample Brand Thomas H. Krueger & Jean Krueger Jack R. Reed Edwin A. & Sally L. Stene 1960 Edward H. & Julia N. Graham Judge Edward Larson & Mary L. Larson Gary L. Rohrer & Lee Ann Urban Rohrer Byron E. Springer & Marion Peltier Springer 1961 Gene H. Anderson Alfred S. Farha N. William Hines Jr. & Jean S. Hines Judge Theodore B. Ice & Sue Harper Ice Mikel L. Stout & LeAnn R. Stout 1962 Robert W. Loyd & Mary Jo Loyd 1963 Lawrence W. Blickhan Robert E. Donatelli & Katherine Donatelli Charles H. Hostetler & Julie A. Hostetler Richard G. & Carol A. Hunsucker John W. & Dee Dee Jordan

Judge James A. Pusateri & Jacqueline A. Pusateri Roger D. Stanton & Judith Duncan Stanton Charles E. & Barbara A. Wetzler 1964 Donald D. Adams & Ann Wees Adams Patrick H. Allen Lynn L. Anderson & La Faun McMurry Anderson Clarence & Jane L. Bender Robert L. Driscoll & Marilyn Rockwell Driscoll Judge Jerry G. Elliott & Debra S. Duncan Leon E. Roulier & Barbara Hauck Roulier Tom C. & Christie Triplett Robert E. & Mary L. Williams 1965 Ernest Adelman & Barbara Boley Adelman David C. & Priscilla A. All Edward M. Boyle Walter C. Brauer III Bradley L. & Judith L. Brehm Marshall L. Crowther & Sandra Garvey Crowther, EdD Donald A. & Judy Culp David R. Hederstedt & Valerie Hederstedt Karen I. Johnson Topper & Linda D. Johntz Ronald L. & Joleen M. Leslie C. Douglas & Loralee W. Miller Loren L. Obley 1966 Stephen C. Chambers Peter K. Curran & Virginia Schubert Curran Max E. Eberhart & Nina Gillig Eberhart Charles E. Hammond & Judith Hammer Hammond Charles C. & Pamela V. Hewitt Douglas & Shirley Lancaster Anne Marie Morgan Stephen M. & Carlene M. Todd Thomas M.Van Cleave III 1967 John D. & Karin M. Dunbar Robert I. & Susan S. Guenthner Harold L. Haun Dean B. Hill Duane K. Ross Ralph L. L. Schmidt CPA Thomas M. & Suzanne F. Tuggle 1968 Larry D. Armel & JoAnne Armel Norman E. Beal & Sally Jenkins Beal Judge Donald W. Bostwick & Jill Bostwick Thomas A. & Mary M. Darner Robert B. & Caroline E. Hosford William S. & Peggy Mills Gary L. Olson & Vicki A. Olson Frederick K. Slicker & Claudia Fincham Slicker David A. Sorenson Wesley H. Sowers Jr. John E. & Carol A.Yorke 1969 Gavin W. & Christine J. Armstrong Terry Arthur & Virginia Thomas Arthur Ernest C. Ballweg John D. Conderman & Patricia R. Conderman Timothy J. & Mary S. Evans Charles L. Frickey & Diane Paris Frickey Ronald S. Reuter R. Dean Wolfe & Cheryl L. Wolfe James B. Wright

Ernest N.Yarnevich Jr. & Anne Beeson Yarnevich 1970 Frank S. Bangs Jr. William Bevan III & Gail M. Bevan Philip C. Lacey & Nancy Owens Lacey James A. Oppy Keith L. & Jan Stanley John H. & Martha J. White Gary A. Winfrey & Sally Nixon Winfrey 1971 Margaret M. Breinholt Michael E. & Janice K. Collins Thomas P. Garretson & Carole Bomhard Garretson John L. Hampton & Carol Fagre Hampton Jean C. Owen & Marsha Golub Owen Losson G. Pike & Leanne Benda Pike John A. Potucek II John B. Roesler Bill Sampson Judge Dale L. Somers & Judyanne Somers R. Kent Sullivan Sen. John L.Vratil & Teresa C.Vratil 1972 F. Richard & Regina Y. Bernasek George A. Burns William P. Coates Jr. & Kathryn Hillyard Coates Le Roy Lewis De Nooyer James R. & Karen Gilliland Jerry L. Harrison Robert R. Hiller Jr. & Patty Kostreles Hiller Alan Joseph & Diane Oliver Joseph Judge Paul E. Miller & Julia Brown Miller Roland B. Miller III & Holly R. Miller Robert B. Misner N. Royce & Linda L. Nelson John A. Price David M. Rhodus & Anne Jordan Rhodus David F. & Linda F. Richards Chris Robe Christopher Smith & Diana P. Smith Judge J. Miles Sweeney & Karen Kreider Sweeney Kenneth A. & Leann Webb Edward L. Winthrop George W. & Margaret E.Yarnevich 1973 Terry D. Bertholf & Linda Beebe Bertholf Ron Bodinson Judge Mary Beck Briscoe Pamela Hooper Feinstein & Larry B. Feinstein Jill S. Ferrel Bruce A. Finzen Barry D. Halpern & Cynthia Zedler Halpern David L. Hiebert & Sheridan Dirks Hiebert Bruce R. Jeide Gordon A. Jones Linda L. Lee William E. & Carol A. Lupton William F. Lyle Jr. William A. Lynch & Linda Grinpas Lynch Randal J. McDowell & Zelia Taylor McDowell Paul T. Moxley Stephen D. Nelson & Dianna Johnson Nelson C. David & Denise L. Newbery Robert C. Perry John O. & Joann L. Sanderson Michael V. Schaefer Emily Cameron Shattil Rex N. Shewmake Jr. & Mary Jane Shewmake Judge Allen R. Slater & Kathryn Bohn Slater Kenneth W. Spain & Cynthia Mullen Spain

Nancy J. Spies Judge Marcia K. Walsh Perry D. Warren & Janet Beebe Warren 1974 Paul D. Budd David W. Davis & Rhona Thorington Davis Paul M. Dent & Deborah K. Simpson Dent Dennis A. & Sheila G. Dietz Richard E. Dietz & Marsha Merritt Dietz Leo P. Dreyer & Lorry Glawe Dreyer Melvin L. Ehrlich John R. Eichstadt James W. Engler & Marcelyn Graham Engler Lawrence C. Gates & Jeanne K. Gates C. Peter Goplerud III Charles R. Hay Joseph J. Hoagland & Norma Decker Hoagland Larry D. Leonard Stephen G. Mitchell & Barbara Thompson Mitchell Stephen R. & Paula M. Morgan Professor John C. Peck & Pamela C. Peck Paul D. Post & Kay Kelly, LSCSW Hal C. Reed Kenneth W. Reeves III Kelley D. Sears & Jane A. Sears William H. Seiler Jr. Eldon J. & Bonnie Shields Michael L. Sullivan Larry S.Vernon Douglas D. Wheat & Laura L. Wheat Gaylen R. Williams Elaine Oser Zingg & Otto M. Zingg 1975 Philip H. & Jeanine R. Alexander Judge John P. Bennett & Roberta J. Bennett Victor A. Bergman & Susan D. Bergman, MD Charles A. Briscoe Leon B. Graves David J. Kornelis Donald A. & Diane C. Low Barbara A. Lundin & Lawrence P. Daniels Michael W. Mahaffey Pamela Meador Mattson & Lynn P. Mattson Phillip A. & Janet M. Miller Michael C. Moffet & Patricia Russell Moffet John R. Morse & Kay Stine Morse Floyd W. Smith Jr. & Cecilia E. Smith Michael A. Sternlieb Earl D. & Shirley A. Tjaden Daniel L. & Phyllis Watkins 1976 Donald F. Bayer Bion J. Beebe & Vicki Storm Beebe Judge Larry D. Card & Minnie E. Card Jill A. Casado Nathaniel Davis Jr. S. Nyles & Mary P. Davis Michael F. Delaney & Kathleen Gibbons Delaney Elaine M. Esparza Kenneth W. Gaines Steven D. & Lisa A. Gough Cathy Havener Greer Ross A. Hollander Darrel E. Johnson Gina Kaiser John A. Koepke Professor Dennis L. Mandsager & Sherrie Koester Mandsager Judge Randall H. McEwen & Kamela McIntosh McEwen Beverly Thomas McMillan Roger V. Meeker David P. Mudrick & Mary Walker Mudrick Bernard V. O’Neill Jr. & Marion W. O’Neill

Leland E. Rolfs Floy Lambertson Shaeffer Neil R. Shortlidge & Renee Sproul Shortlidge Robert S. & Marcia K. Streepy 1977 Lydia I. Beebe Robin C. & Deborah M. Blair Alice Boler Bolin Karen L. Borell Judge Michael B. Buser & Holly L. Buser Brett C. Coonrod David Davenport & Sally Nelson Davenport Jane A. Finn, PhD Nathan C. & Kim B. Harbur Deanne Watts Hay Lewis A. Heaven Jr. & Paula Butz Heaven Paul B. Henrion II & Rebecca A. Henrion Calvin J. Karlin Daniel J. Lyons & Maryanne Lyons Evan J. Olson & Susan Woodin Olson Kathryn Pruessner Peters & Stephen D. Peters Brenda Petrie Register & Benton Register Judge Janice D. Russell William H. Sanders Jr. J. Stanley Sexton & Tommye C. Sexton Professor Jan Bowen Sheldon, PhD, JD & Professor James A. Sherman Robert C. & Linda Ann Sturgeon Cynthia S. Woelk 1978 Phyllis A. Bock Tim Connell Timothy R. Cork & Janice Irwin Cork Ruth C. Curtis R. Steven Davis & Kim Bowen Davis Charles E. Doyle Lynne A. Friedewald Robert H. Gale Jr. & Linda C. Gale Jeanne Gorman Eugene E. Irvin Kent E. Johnson Jennifer Johnson Kinzel William M. Modrcin Jr. Jannell D. Senn Jeffrey S. Southard Christopher G. Standlee Col. Andrew D. Stewart, USA, Retired Thomas E.Vaughn Martha Braun Wallisch & William J. Wallisch III John R. Wine Jr. & Ellen Sue Wine David L. & Kristin D. Wing Winton A. Winter Jr. & Mary Boyd Winter Stanley N. Woodworth & Nancy G. Woodworth Cathy Gerlinger Zumbehl & Glenn E. Zumbehl 1979 Anne H. & William R. Blessing Martha J. Coffman & Patrick T. Curtiss Robert W. Coykendall & Dorothy A. Hirsch Nancy M. Dixon Jeffrey S. English Gene H. Gaede & Jannelle Robins-Gaede Marilyn M. Harp & Marc A. Quillen, PhD Edward J. Healy & Helen Healy John C. & Cynthia L. Hickey Sheila J. Madden Larry G. & Dianne J. Rapp Nancy Schmidt Roush & John M. Roush Ronald R. Rowland Kurt A. Schoeb Malinda Bronfman Schoeb Barry M. Shalinsky Thomas W. Stibal

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donor report Peter E. Strand & Sheila C. Strand Marie S. Woodbury & Daniel C. Claiborn, PhD 1980 Frank A. Ackerman David W. Andreas Orval F. Baldwin II Jacob W. Bayer Jr. & Leslie Russo Bayer Carolyn McMinn Blakemore David L. Blakemore William F. Bradley Jr. Bruce E. Cavitt Stuart R. & Kelley L. Collier Margaret B. Dardess Kathleen A. Dillon C. Albert Herdoiza Judge Janice Miller Karlin Carl S. Long III & Mary K. Long Sheila C. & John N. Maksimowicz Bruce C. Mallonee & LeeAnne Plumb Mallonee Jan Haley Maxwell & Robert S. Maxwell Judge Robert S. McQuin & Lorene Gentle McQuin Eric B. Metz Jeffrey S. Nelson & Lisa K. Nelson Linda L. Sybrant Mark R. Thompson & Barbara E. Thompson Alleen S.VanBebber Judge Michael E. Ward & Lissa Leonard Ward Judge Wendel W. Wurst & Rhonda Wurst 1981 Craig & Christine Anderson J. Rod Betts Anne E. Burke Lynn Deal Cockle Walter L. Cofer & Nicola R. Heskett Daniel D. Crabtree John P. DeCoursey Ralph J. DeZago Randy Gardner Mark A. & Debra L. Hannah Jeffrey D. Hewett Ramona K. Kantack Stephen M. Kerwick Stuart M. Kowalski Clara L. Krentzel Scott W. Mach & Patty Cray Mach David R. Maslen Cindy Brunker McClannahan & John B. McClannahan J. Donel & Polly S. Moore Daphne Nan Muchnic Patrick E. Peery & Cheryl Messer Peery Charles J. Pignuolo Kimberly Call Pignuolo Judge Julie A. Robinson Robert T. Schendel & Cynthia A. Schendel, LSCSW Nan Mills Sigman & Gregory D. Sigman Christine K. Solso & Robert J. Huber 1982 Kenneth L. Cole Roy G. Crooks Richard G. Evans Kirk J. Goza Shirley Edmonds Goza Timothy J. & Janette K. Grillot Casey S. Halsey & Paula Bush Halsey Gary H. & Jeanne M. Hanson Mark D. Hinderks & Mary Ann Hinderks Wendy M. Jenkins Teresa Roll Kerwick Mark W. Knackendoffel & E. Ann Knackendoffel, PhD Karen S. Kressin John C. Landon

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Judge Steve A. Leben & Ann E. Warner, MD Terry L. & Monica S. Malone Kevin F. & Frances Mitchelson James P. Muehlberger & Jayme Klein Muehlberger James J. O’Malley Margaret L. Pemberton William K. Sauck Jr. David G. Seely & Debra Short Seely Stanford J. Smith Jr. Martha M. Snyder Tracey L. Stout Judge David L. Stutzman & Wendy Blank S. Lee Taylor Gabrielle M. Thompson & Oliver L. Weaver, PhD 1983 Martin K. Albrecht & Shari Feist Albrecht Diane L. Arnst Mark S. Carder Richard L. Cram Michael A. Doll Drew D. Frackowiak Myron L. Frans D. Randall & Joyce E. Heilman Wyatt A. & Mary Ann Hoch Kristin Hope Hutchison & Joe Robert Hutchison, MD Judge Peggy Carr Kittel Rick A. Kittel Quentin E. Kurtz Hortensia Marcos-Bodker Kim R. Martens & Glenda Tackett Martens M.B. Miller Eugene S. Peck & Laura Fraser Peck Jeffrey D. Peier Cathy A. Reinhardt & Norman A. St. Laurent Thomas A. Robinette Jr. & Margaret Shramek Robinett Peter C. & Marty Rombold Kari S. Schmidt James J. & Chirl Ann Sienicki Xavier Simonsen Diane Worthington Simpson Amy Logan Sliva Gentra Abbey Sorem & James R. Sorem Jr., PhD Kenneth L. Wagner & Lida McNearney Wagner H. Steven Walton & Sandra M. Walton Robert J. Werner Rebecca A. Winterscheidt 1984 Brian L. Becker Bert & Lorie M. Braud Gregory L. Franken Larry Greenbaum Karen Erickson Hosack & Paul Douglas Hosack Stephen J. House Matthew D. Keenan & Lori Hickman Keenan Celeste Holder Kling & Robert Kling, PhD James W. Lusk & Nancy Niles Lusk Bettina Toisan McGriggler Eric S. Namee & Tracy Lynn Namee Kent G. Nunn & Colleen Johnson Nunn Christopher S. Raynolds & Abigail Morris Raynolds Judge David W. Rogers Pamela Pratt Shelton & Michael W. Shelton R. Deane Woods 1985 Carol Jean Bacon Justice Carol A. Beier & Richard W. Green Michael S. & Jennifer J. Boohar Gerald W. Brenneman Charles W. Cade & Mary Cranford Cade, PhD

Melissa L. Conboy & William E. Mountford II Mark M. Deatherage Richard L. & Lauren D. English Charles A. Etherington & Joni Walk Etherington Patrick R. Ford Martin J. Keenan & Julie Castelli Keenan Robert J. McCully & Stacey Diane McCully Donald L. Moler Jr. Judith A. Moler Rick G. Morris Judge Mary Murguia John C. Nettels Jr. & Sheila M. Nettels Joseph M. Rebein & Susan Waring Rebein Lauren E. Roberts John W. Simpson & Carolyn C. Simpson David L. Stoll Jeanne M.Verville James D. Wright 1986 Janet L. Arndt & Roger C. Bain Debra Lee Barnett Lisa Walter Beran & Gerald W. Beran Jr. Colleen A. Cacy & Peter Akmajian Kathryn Carter Daniel A. Cunningham Daniel B. Dorsch Mark S. & Sandra Goldman Gilbert E. Gregory Anne Fleishel Harris & Wilbur C. Buckheit Judge Michael E. Hegarty Craig A. & Antoinette Joyce Hunt Steven K. Linscheid David H. & Debi Luce Col. Karen E. Mayberry Robin J. Miles Kristina B. & Jacob I. Murphree Donald L. Norman Jr. Scott W. Sayler & Nancy Zarda Sayler Kathryn Marie Timm Gregory J. Wohlleber Judge William S. Woolley 1987 Barry A. Clark James D. & Karen T. Holt Michele A. Kessler Dara Trum Miles Robert Edward Nunley Carolyn Boettcher Parmer & David A. Parmer Lynn D. Preheim Steven D. Selbe David E. & Kimberly R. Shay Carol Zuschek Smith Wayne E. Smith Shannon L. Spangler & Michael E. Spangler Kimberley H. Tyson Martha S. Warren Bryan L. Wright Stephen R. & Elisabeth T. Zane 1988 Eric N. & Bonnie J. Anderson Katherine J. Bailes Mark C. Bannister Patricia A. Bennett & Michael G. Haefele Michael R. Bizal Kevin M. Connor & Anne L. Connor Clark H. Cummins Patrick X. & Susan E. Fowler Jana Patterson Gagner & David W. Gagner Jon W. & Linda M. Gilchrist Phillip A. & Marlene K. Glenn Michael T. Jilka William A. Kassebaum Sally Tinker Murphy Doris K. Nagel Mr. & Mrs. Lee M. Novak

Thomas J. Robinson Bradley S. & Mary Frances Russell Elizabeth A. Schartz Steven P. & Deborah J. Smith W. Scott & Dana E. Toth Barbara J.Vitzthum Melbourne & Steven T. Melbourne John R. Wiebke 1989 Thomas P. & Elizabeth Alongi Sharon L. Dickgrafe Thomas J. Drees Dorothy M. Ingalls & Kevin K. Jurrens Leonard W. Jurden IV & Juliana R. Jurden Jennifer M. Kassebaum Christopher G. Kelsey James M. Marion Lori Connors McGroder Brian K. McLeod Alphonse B. Perkins Tina A. Smith 1990 John W. & Donna R. Barbian Shelli Crow-Johnson Jane A. Deterding Yvette Leerskov Ehrlich Kent R. & Lisa R. Erickson Mark C. Hegarty & Janelle K. Hegarty Beth Horth Nanette M. Kraus Timothy C. Kuhn Samuel P. Logan & P. Diane McGrew Maureen M. Mahoney Crystal Whitebread Mai Paul D. Snyder Teresa R. Temme Dietz Robert W. Tormohlen Susan Krehbiel William 1991 Doyle Baker Mark P. Buyle Louis A. Cohn & Lora A. Cohn, PhD David C. Cooper Robert I. Correales Anna Marie Dempsey Frances Watkins Douthat Tommy L. Emerson Jr. Rita Fernandez-Bigras Gavin Fritton Frank R. Hampton & Isabelle A. Richard-Hampton John E. Hayes III & Suzanne Lafferty Hayes Sally Gingerich Kelsey Scott C. Long Paulette M. Manville Brian R. Matula Deborah Cawley Moeller Michael D. Moeller Eugene Montes Lisa Bennison Noll & Thaddeus J. Noll John C. Pauls Dionne M. Scherff & Thomas R. Crawford Paul M. Schmidt Amy Verschoor Skinner Karen E. Snyder David G. & Diana L. Summers 1992 Brent J. Burtin & Theresa O’Connor Burtin Kristy Line Buyle Mary A. Cabrera Timothy E. Congrove Ellen Maura Curry Donald D. Friend II & Anna Peterson Friend, PhD Patrick J. Kaine Vernon A. Keller

Nicholas Kemp & Jennifer Booth Kemp, MD Barbara A. Knops Peter C. Knops Kraig M. Kohring & Molly Ash Kohring David Lowden & Dawne Adams Lowden, MD Lucy E. Mason & Cris Sena Andrew S. Mendelson Robert B. & Margaret E. Neill Ann & Mark A. Soderberg Kara Trouslot Stubbs Lanette M. Wickham & Frank J. Rebori Anne Keeler Wright Trent E. Wright 1993 Staci L. Cooper Shannon E. Giles Jonathan H. Gregor Patrick J. Henderson Evan H. Ice & Jill Redfern Ice Andrew M. Jones Pamela Keller & John W. Keller, MD Timothy J. Kuester Eric V. Love & Jennifer Emerson Love Debra M. Hart McLaughlin Gary W. Owens Sarah E. Rowland-Townsend Jere D. Sellers Veronica R. Sellers Stacey N. Warren 1994 Andrew D. Carpenter Karin Pongratz Church Laura A. Denk Michael J. Disilvestro Holly A. Dyer Melissa Wangemann Maag Scott J. Miller Amy Whalen Risley & Jeffrey H. Risley Karen Zambri Schutter Stephen M. Schutter Erin E. Syring Monica D. Tovar-von Waaden Christine C. Waldschmidt & Christopher J. Waldschmidt, MD Kevin D. Weakley Gordon J. Williams Douglass T. Wingo 1995 Patricia McCoy Bartley Cynthia R. Bryant Patricia J. & Frank F. Castellano Kirt D. DeHaan & Cheryl R. DeHaan Jeffrey R. Emerson Hugh W. Gill IV & Ingrid Olson Gill Leslie A. Johnson Tricia M. Knoll Kendra Spaeth Lewison Jennifer S. Newlin Joycelyn Lucas Randle Scott B. Strohm D. Mark von Waaden Tiffany Torgler Wingo 1996 Charles E. & Kathryn R. Branson Judith Kloster Carlson Alison D. Dunning Joni J. Franklin Andrew F. Halaby & Ann M. Halaby Mark C. Hauber Michelle Mahaffey Charles D. Marvine Joyce Rosenberg Marvine Philip C. & Jill McKnight Gwendelyn Garcia Milligan Dale J. Ream

Lauren E. Reinhold Rebecca A. Ryan Drucilla J. Sampson Julie L. Unruh Rebecca Swanwick Yocham & Keith A. Yocham 1997 Ross L. Albertini William J. & Rachelle D. Bahr Grant D. & Stephanie J. Bannister Terrence J. & Kristin S. Campbell Lisa A. Epps Peter S. Johnston & Sara Peckham Johnston, MD Russell T. & Trish King Brad Korell Cheryl Hagemann Lindeman Curt M. Lindeman Carolyn L. Matthews William P. Matthews Christine McDaniel Novak & Keith Fredrick Novak Richard B. Payne Glen E. Sharp II & Pamela DeMoss Sharp Matt Wiltanger & Laura J. Taylor 1998 John L. Andra Brent N. & Michel Coverdale James R. Davis II Kimberly Perkins Davis Amy M. & Gary W. Decker Teodoro Garcia Jr. Brian A. Jackson Marcia L. & Paul M. Knight Barbara L. McCloud Tyler P. McLeod Andrew J. Nolan & Sheryl Griffith Nolan Ann M. Scarlett Wesley F. Smith & Lisa M. Leroux-Smith Jeffrey C. Tauscher 1999 John F. Baird II & Julie A. Baird Bradley R. Finkeldei Jonathan E. Frank & Christine Frank Amber Gonzalez Heineman Judith Holden Hidalgo Lance A. Miller Darin A. Nugent Edward G. Paine Jason E. Pepe & Jennifer Pepe Rachel B. Rubin Holly Pauling Smith 2000 Michael E. Bierman Jennifer S. Brannan John J. & Carolyn K. Gates Lindy S. Grell Julie D. Hower Heather A. Jones Stephen J. Lautz Christina L. Lewerenz Justin M. & Emily Lungstrum Patricia E. McComas Nicholas P. Mizell Adam R. Moore Chad S. Nelson Forrest T. Rhodes Jr. & Tiffany L. Rhodes Bhavi A. Shah Jennifer Stackhouse Yanping Wang Edward V. Wilson 2001 Collin B. & Dana Altieri Brian P. & Veronica M. Banks Major Michele Stackhouse Bayless

Amy Schieferecke Beckstead & Charles A. Beckstead Stacia Gressel Boden Aaron J. Breitenbach Nathaniel J. Bunck Stacy M. Bunck Chad B. & Jill S. Cook Thomas J. Kenny Erika K. Knopp & Ryan C. Knopp, MD Ricardo A. Kolster Melissa M. Krueger Tamara L. & R. Lance Niles Stefan J. Padfield Jacqueline Egr Pueppke Karen P. Ruckert Michael L. Walden Jane L. & Randy K. Williams William M.Yanek II 2002 Joshua K. Allen Katherine Benson Allen Ryan C. Brunton Rich Federico Amy Boller Fritton Timothy A. Glassco Jay E. Heidrick & Melissa M. Heidrick Crystal Nesheim Johnson Blythe Ridenour Jones Christopher R. Jones Mon Yin Lung Ann J. Premer Jon A. Strongman David E. Waters Bradley J.Yeretsky 2003 Eric J. Aufdengarten Mariam Moussa Brunton Matthew K. & Tammara M. Corbin Erica N. Dew Stefani Kae & John P. Hepford Philip A. Hrenchir Scott D. Kaiser Christy Jensen Rosensteel & Ryan Rosensteel Jeffrey M. Schwartz Amy Miller Seymour & Thomas P. Seymour Katherine Bollig Zogleman 2004 Dennis M. Blackwood & Carole A. Cadue-Blackwood Jennifer S. & Jay W. Carter Christopher C. Confer John A. DeMarco Bryan J. Didier & Jeremy Wilkins Didier Andrew T. Jones Jeffrey Li Jeffery Brian Morris James C. Sloan & Corrinne L. Hickman Jennifer Malone Stevenson & Ronald P. Stevenson Darin D. Stowell Jason W. Thompson & Karen Schwarzer Thompson Jay P. Van Blaricum & Kathryn Jennings Van Blaricum Nathan H. & Annette White Margaret Dandurand Wilson Emily M. Yeretsky 2005 Joel A. Bannister Elizabeth A. Blake Allison Ross Confer Natalie M. Cook Carolyn W. Coulson Philip V. Di Zerega Anne Murray Emert

Mark T. Emert Rebekah L. Gaston Matthew S. Gough & Caitlin Pike Gough Robert F. Kethcart & Stephanie A. Kethcart Meredith S. Lang Travis D. Lenkner Elizabeth A. Meekins Katharine E. Milberger Andrew J. Nazar Kelsey Patterson Nazar Christopher B. Phelan Raymundo E. Rojas Connor J. Sears Katie McClaflin VanWagner Larkin Evans Walsh Matthew S. Walsh Megan C. Winter 2006 Brandon H. & Anne L. Bauer Carly E. Farrell Joshua David Hernandez Timothy A. Liesmann Christopher T. Long William H. Moore & Kristin Brulez Sean J. O’Hara & Amy Cox O’Hara Derek T. Teeter Holly Hydeman Teeter Mary A. & Jason M. Walker Jason M. & Kristie Zager 2007 Angela S. Armenta Mark A. Cole Jr. Crissa Seymour Cook Richard A. Cook II & Morgan Feeney Cook Oscar P. Espinoza Michael J. Fischer Mary K. Gates Steven W. Grieb Kathryn L. Harpstrite Ryan J. Huschka Andrew N. Kovar James R. McCullough Anthony J. Orrick Leena D. Phadke Amanda M. Spiker Adrienne E. Strecker Carrie B. Temm David P. Trevino & Sarah Whitten Jamie L. Weese Guillermo G. Zorogastua 2008 Daniel A. & Ree A. Belhumeur Tadd C. Blair Jennifer L. Calvert Bernard J. Craig Justin D. Elkouri Adam J. Gasper Kathryn O’Hara Gasper Abigail E.N. Grantstein Zachary A. Lerner Maren K. Ludwig Thomas P. Maltese J. Nolan McWilliams Phillip M. Murphy Christel L. Poague David P. Siever Jeffrey J. Williams 2009 Brutrinia D. Arellano Caroline A. Bader Brandon O. Bean Stacey Kyndesen Blakeman Marcela C. Blanco-Mendoza Ashlyn N. Buck Christopher P. Colyer

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donor report

2010 Patrick A. Edwards Christopher J. Kaufman & Allison Draffan Kaufman Shane J. & Kaelyn M. McCall Katherine R. Mestas Tyler I. Page Chadron J. Patton Andrew Mercer Treaster Dana L. Watts FRIENDS Dean Gail B. Agrawal & Naurang M. Agrawal, MD Asian American Bar Association of Kansas City Baird Holm LLP Barber Emerson LC Barristerbooks Inc. Barbara Blake Bath, PhD & Thomas D. Bath, PhD Margaret R. Bath Sydney and Blake Bath Foundation Belin Foundation Danielle N. Berland Bever Dye Foundation Larry J. & Ann H. Bingham Judge Wesley E. Brown Bryan Cave LLP Professor Emeritus Robert C. Casad & Sarah McKeighan Casad Cerner Corporation Donald E. Chambers Kelly M. Cochran Professor Michael J. Davis & Faye S. Davis Stanley D. Davis & Kathleen Perkins Estate of Suzanne M. Decker Professor Martin B. Dickinson Jr. & Sallie Francis Dickinson Estate of Darthea S. & Augustus V. diZerega Professor Christopher R. Drahozal & Kaye M. Drahozal Scott C. Endsley Lisa A. & Daniel J. Faubion First Heartland Foundation Inc. First Management Inc. Fleeson, Gooing, Coulson & Kitch Foulston Siefkin LLP Professor David J. Gottlieb & Rita Sloan Gottlieb The Greater K.C. Chapter of Links Inc. Estate of Jordan L. & Shirley Cundiff Haines Marian S. Hamilton Nancy Fligg Hampton Randall R. Hardy & Saralyn Reece Hardy Professor John W. Head & Lucia Orth Head Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City Hinkle Elkouri Law Firm LLC Hite, Fanning & Honeyman LLP Hovey Williams LLP Linda & Robert Hughes Jo Sicking Hurley Matthew P. Hurt Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP

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Elizabeth Ann Hylton International Law Society Johnson County Bar Association Kansas Bar Association Kansas State Committee/American College of Trial Lawyers Kansas Women Attorneys Association Professor Mike Kautsch & Elaine Kautsch KC Lesbian, Gay & Allied Lawyers Brenda Roberts Kissam Derele W. Knepper Koch Industries KU Public Interest Law Society Sharylyn Gelvin Lacey Lathrop & Gage LLP Ann J. Lerner Lewis, Rice & Fingersh LC Judge James K. Logan & Beverly Jennings Logan Alson R. & Yona C. Martin Charles A. Marvin & Betsy Wilson Marvin Professor Stephen W. Mazza Professor Keith G. Meyer & Janet A. Meyer Hilliard L. Moore Paul A. & Jutta G. Nitsch Evan E. North Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart PC Casie R. Olberding Deirdre E. Ortiz, PhD Sandra J. Patti Payne & Jones Chartered Payne & Jones Foundation Polsinelli Shughart PC Alan R. Post Gayla A. Rapp Rasmussen, Willis, Dickey & Moore LLC Christie Frick Reynolds & David O. Reynolds The Ethel and Raymond F. Rice Foundation Frances O. Rice Trust Todd Rogers & Erin McLain Rogers Robin L. Rosenberg Ross Foundation Lee A. Scheufler & Margaret Finger Scheufler Professor Elinor P. Schroeder Seigfreid, Bingham, Levy, Selzer & Gee PC Shook, Hardy & Bacon Foundation Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP Sloan, Eisenbarth, Glassman, McEntire & Jarboe LLC Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP Spencer Fane Britt & Browne LLP Estate of Kate Stephens Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP Sunflower Foundation: Health Care for Kansans Judge Deanell Reece Tacha & John A. Tacha Thompson & Knight LLP UMB Bank NA United States District Court Bar Registration Waite, Snapp & Doll Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Warden Grier LLP Professor Stephen J. Ware & Katherine L. Ware Professor William E. Westerbeke Wichita Bar Association Harriet Stephens Wilson Professor Melanie D. Wilson Estate of Aaron A.Wlson Jr. Francis & LaVerne Winterburg Fund William J. & Jo E. Wochner Women in Law

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For a more detailed report, including a geographical donor list, please visit www.law.ku.edu/giving/donors. This report covers fiscal year 2010 (July 1, 2009-June 30, 2010). Please bring omissions or errors to the attention of Sandy Patti at patti@ku.edu or 785.864.9204.

Photos by Steve Puppe

Jerald J. Cook Michael E. Dill Stacy N. Harper Justin A. Hendrix Ronald G. Huston Beau A. Jackson Ellen M. Jensby Neal D. Johnson Rachel J. Kibler-Melby Julie M. Larson Daniel B. Moskowitz Daniel T. P. Runge Bradley D. & Mandy Serafine Amanda C. Sheridan Patrick R. Watkins

Top: Orval Baldwin, L’80, visits with fellow attendees at the annual Deans Club/Medallion Dinner on May 8 at The Oread in Lawrence. The event recognizes top donors to the School of Law, as well as recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award, the law school’s highest honor. Bottom: Professor Mike Davis and his wife, Faye, left, catch up with Mark Hinderks, L’82, and his wife, Mary Ann, during the Deans Club/ Medallion Dinner.

In Memoriam Edward Stiger Dunn, L’60 Holton, Kan., June 17, 2010

Joe F. Gregory, L’49 Fort Scott, Kan., February 13, 2010

The Hon. Michael T. Harris, L’73 Flint, Mich., May 30, 2010

Bernard L. Hausherr, L’53 Lawrence, Kan., March 27, 2010

Warren J. Heikes, L’66 New Braunfels, Texas, December 8, 2009

Richard A. Medley, L’63 Coffeyville, Kan., July 13, 2010

David J. Menzies, L’70 Denver, Colo., August 21, 2010

Keith U. Martin, L’47 Olathe, Kan., August 27, 2010

Thomas D. Scanlin, L’69 Stafford,Va., May 11, 2010

James O. Selzer, L’77 Lee’s Summit, Mo., May 23, 2010

Keith Wilson Jr., L’51 Denver, Colo., June 23, 2010

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