Photograph: Fall 2019 Washburn Law incoming students.

First Week Photos, Fall 2019

Alumni Office welcoming new students.
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Taking photos for the law school directory.
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Admissions Office staff welcoming new students.
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Getting to know each other in the Law Library.
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Time for a selfie.
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Dean Carla Pratt welcomes new students.
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WSBA President Harry Schwartz talking about the student bar and student organizations.
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Professionalism Group Leaders waiting to meet their group members.
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Time for small group introductions and lunch.
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Jamie McEwen discusses financial aid.
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Professor Rory Bahadur "mixing it up."
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Professors Marsha Griggs and Blake Klinkner talking about the academic support and bar study resources available to all Washburn Law students.
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Professor Rory Bahadur teaching skills and processes needed to succeed in law school.
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Dean Carla Pratt introducing the Welcome Lunch speaker.
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Welcome Lunch speaker Judge J. Thomas Marten, '76, Senior Judge, United States District Court, District of Kansas, talking about professionalism.
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Listening to Judge Marten.
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Taking the Professionalism Oath
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Judge Marten administering the Professionalism Oath.
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Dean Pratt with new law students.
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Judge Marten visiting with law students.
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Ranger Dexter Armstrong giving students an introduction to the Brown v. Board National Historic Site.
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Experiencing the Hall of Courage at Brown v. Board National Historic Site.
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Students checking out one of the original dolls used in the "doll tests" conducted in the 1940s.
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Ranger Dexter discussing how separate but equal is not really equal.
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