Student Newsletter - Spring 2015

Washburn University School of Law's Children and Family Law Center prepares law students to provide high quality legal representation for children and to advocate to improve the quality of justice for children and their families.

2014-2015 student highlights include:

  • The first two students completing the J.D.-M.S.W. dual degree.
  • Hosting Professor Cynthia Mabry-King as the scholar in residence.
  • Assisting with the build of Topeka Habitat for Humanity homes.
  • Sponsoring numerous "lunch and learns" on a variety of family law topics.
  • Bidding Professor Nancy Maxwell a fond farewell as she retired after 36 years of teaching at Washburn Law.

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Photograph: Children and Family Law Center students with Professor Cynthia Mabry-King.

Professor Cynthia Mabry-King, Howard University School of Law, served as Scholar-in-Residence, from March 4-6, 2015. During her visit, Professor Mabry-King presented a Lunch and Learn about adoption issues.

Photograph: Professor Nancy Maxwell.

Professor Nancy Maxwell retired after teaching 36 years at Washburn Law.

Graphic: Cover of Spring 2015 Washburn Law Children and Family Law Center student newsletter.

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Photograph: Lindsey Acton and Danielle Packer are the first two students to complete the J.D.-M.S.W. dual degree program.

Lindsey Acton (left) and Danielle Packer are the first two students to complete the J.D.-M.S.W. dual degree program.