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Law school to host Expungement Day event

More than 200 people are expected to attend Expungement receiving free access to their criminal records and reviewing what convictions qualify for removal from...

Wrongfully convicted of murder: Rodney Lincoln shares his story

After spending 36 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, Rodney Lincoln had a lot to share with UMKC Law School students...

Summer news briefing: Law school welcomes new Dean

Barbara Glesner Fines was appointed as the new Dean at the UMKC School of Law.  Glesner Fines previously served as the school’s interim Dean...

UMKC School of Law mulls over potential candidates for dean position

The candidate evaluations to choose the next dean for UMKC School of Law have come to close. Law professors turned in their personal evaluations...

UMKC Alum Confirms Run for KC Mayor

Kansas City Councilwoman Jolie Justus confirmed her intention to seek the Kansas City mayor’s office in 2019. Justus made the announcement during an event...

A Better KCI event presents new KCI terminal as a “No-Brainer”

Kansas City fourth district Councilwoman Jolie Justus and former Mayor of Kansas City, Kansas Joe Reardon, hoping to fly past the finish line in...

School of Law Alumni Honored at Masquerade

The Phantom of the Opera was here for the UMKC School of Law’s masquerade on Friday. Or rather, his spirit was present as faculty,...

School of Law on Falling Admission Rates

Between 2013 and 2014, the American Bar Association noted a drop of nearly 9,000 students enrolled in law school. While these figures are dated,...

Learning to Love Lawyers

It’s hard out there for a lawyer. That’s why the University of Missouri- Kansas City’s School of Law recently did a little something to...

Law professor focuses work on Second Amendment

UMKC Law School professor Allen Rostron did not begin his legal career intending to work in the area of Second Amendment rights, or be...

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