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Washburn Lawyer, Spring 2016


  • Opportunities: Go West (3.5 MB PDF)
    Western Kansas Charms Alumni with Opportunity, Way of Life.
  • Alumni Spotlight: Second Act (2.5 MB PDF)
    Denise Reimann, BS ’75 and JD ’00, followed an unconventional path – law school at 44, a second career at 48.
  • Honorary Degree Recipient: Distinguished Alumnus (1.6 MB PDF)
    Renowned attorney John Hamilton, ’65, receives an honorary doctor of law at the May commencement..
  • Question & Answer (3.0 MB PDF)
    Former Sedgwick County District Attorney, Nola Tedesco Foulston, ’76 reflects on her time in charge of the largest prosecution office in Kansas and the community she built there.
  • Alumni Spotlight: Law for Life (1.5 MB PDF)
    The Honorable Joe Morris, BA ’43 and LL.B. ‘47, reminisces over a more than 70-year legal career, something he knew from the beginning he wanted to pursue.
  • Student Spotlight: The Diplomat (2.0 MB PDF)
    From the British Diplomatic Service to Washburn Law, Deborah Barnes Jones, JD candidate ’18, brings a world of experience to her first year in law school.
  • Clinic Spotlight: For Veterans (1.7 MB PDF)
    Joe Pilgrim, BA ’13 and JD ’16, a veteran himself, took on the role of student coordinator to help spearhead the Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic.
  • Alumni Spotlight: : The Great Outdoors (1.6 MB PDF)
    Chris Tymeson, ’98, parlays his sportsman spirit into a career as chief legal counsel for the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.

In Every Issue

  • Letter from the Dean (287 KB PDF)
  • Letter from the Alumni Association President (346 KB PDF)
  • Alumni Events (5.2 MB PDF)
    Washburn Wednesday; Phoenix, Houston, Dallas, Tucson, Chicago Alumni Events; Corporate and Law Firm Diversity Symposium; Top of the Tower.
  • News Briefs (810 KB PDF)
    Agricultural Law: New Specialty Broadens Curriculum; Rural Legal Practice: Washburn Law and Kansas State Forge Partnership; International Opportunities: A New Era