Olivia Rogers secures Back-to-Back Judicial Clerkships
Olivia Rogers, 1L at Notre Dame has secured not one, but TWO federal clerkships after she graduates! Fall 2023 – She'll be clerking for Judge Kevin Newsom in the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Birmingham, Alabama. …
Amelia Yowell argues over 1872 General Mining Act
Feds Ask Ninth Circuit to Approve Arizona Copper Mine Plan BRAD POOLE – Courthouse News Service The U.S. Forest Service told a federal appeals court Monday that the Rosemont Copper Co. should be allowed to put mine waste on federal …
Molly Campbell starts strong with The Exoneration Project
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WeigandWire Fall 2020
Read our newest Newsletter! A Silver Lining to Staying Home: Weigands Seize New Out of State Opportunities from their Kansas Homes (Molly Campbell, Michael Hayes, and Paige Reese) Life and Litigation Centered in Faith: Mark Lippelmann Litigates to "Keep the …
Belsan heads new DOJ Division
Congratulations to Tim Belsan (Washburn '09) who continues to expand his career! Tim was recently announced as the inaugural Director of the Enforcement Section within the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Immigration Litigation. Tim has been tasked to build …
Salva joins KTK
Jennifer Salva, 2019 Washburn graduate, has joined the Kansas City law firm of Kuckelman Torline Kirkland. As a member of the plantiffs law firm, Salva will be focusing on 1983 actions (civil rights litigation) among other things. fast payday loans
Nickel and Reed to Kansas City Firms
Congratulations to our 3Ls at Kansas University! After graduating and passing the bar, Riley Nickel will be headed to Husch Blackewell while Emily Reed accepted post-graduate employment with Spencer Fane. fast payday loans
Michael Hayes recognized as 2020 James Wilson Fellow
Congratulations┬áto Michael Hayes, KU '2019 for being selected as a 2020 James Wilson Fellow by the James Wilson Institute. The institute focuses on young attorneys and scholars who are interested in developing and discussing natural law jurisprudence and examining the …
WeigandWire – Summer 2020
In this Issue . . . Scholar Profile Laurel Searles – When Kansans can't work, she works even harder. Scholar Profile: Sam Foreman – Designing his dream firm Weigand Faces in new Places – Mark Lippelmann and Sarah Macke (Click …