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Washburn Lawyer, 2021-2022


  • Faculty Spotlight: Washburn Law Faculty (376 KB PDF)
    International and Comparative Law Center: Center faculty work to connect Kansas students to international law practices.
  • Musical Magistrate: Jerry Seales, ’88 (112 KB PDF)
    Singing Judge: Multitalented attorney lays down the law and the beats in Grenada.
  • Staying Active from Afar: John Shoemaker, ’04 (126 KB PDF)
    John Shoemaker working to connect with, support others who work internationally.
  • School Spotlight: Jessup Program (115 KB PDF)
    The Fraternity of Jessup: Students compete to develop advocacy skills.
  • Namibia: Matti Asino, ’91 (120 KB PDF)
    Returning Home: Asino went back to Namibia, Africa to put legal training in practice.
  • Global Travel: : Laura Ice, ’84 (134 KB PDF)
    Taking Off: Alumna helps lead effort to take Wichita-based company global.
  • Graduate Education: John Westerhaus, ’12, Marvin Tador, ’19, Jessica Dorsey, ’08 (187 KB PDF)
    Education After Law School: Graduates are inspired to seek further education abroad.
  • West Indies: Elizabeth "Kinsella" Brunetti, ’21, and Deisy "Pam" Saenz, ’21 (180 KB PDF)
    Digging in From Afar: Washburn Law students take on special project to protect an ancient burial site in St. Lucia.
  • Honorary Consul: Paul Maricle, BA ’76, JD ’79 (170 KB PDF)
    German Immersion: Studying abroad leads to successful career and honorary consul position.
  • Land Down Under: Lori Callahan, BBA ’80, JD ’83 (168 KB PDF)
    Life Down Under: Callahan finalizes fulfilling career in Austraila.
  • Persistence Leads to Justice: Kurt Kerns, ’91 (175 KB PDF)
    A Home in the Hague: Wichita lawyer fulfills goal first established during studies overseas.
  • Q&A: Jim Slattery, BS ’70, JD ’74 (165 KB PDF)
    Representative Jim Slattery: Taste of international law in school leads to lifelong career.
  • Sen. Bob Dole, BA ’52, JD ’52: Soldier, Statesman, Servant (211 KB PDF)
    With humble beginnings in Kansas and at Washburn, Dole lived life of service.

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