Photograph: Eagle statue outside law school.

Scholars and Practitioners in Residence

The Children and Family Law Center Scholar in Residence program brings nationally known family law scholars to Washburn Law and the University community. Scholars may come from law or related fields. During their time in residence at Washburn Law, scholars give public lectures, conduct faculty workshops, visit family law classes and meet with members of the Center's student-run Family Law Student Society.

  • Mark Sullivan, North Carolina Attorney and author of The Military Divorce Handbook - Spring 2016 Practitioner in Residence
  • Edward Kainen, '88 Las Vegas Family Law Attorney - Fall 2015 Practitioner in Residence
  • Cynthia Mabry-King, Howard University School of Law Professor - Spring 2015 Scholar in Residence
  • Frank Cervone, Attorney, Support Center for Child Advocates, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Spring 2013 Scholar in Residence
  • Andreas T. Hanke, Family Law Attorney, Berlin, Germany - Fall 2012 Practitioner in Residence
  • Patricia E. Apy, New Jersey attorney, expert on Hague - Spring 2012 Practitioner in Residence
  • Fergus Ryan, Irish law professor - Fall 2011 Scholar in Residence
  • Dr. Janet R. Johnston, Psychologist and co-author of In the Name of the Child (2nd ed.) - Spring 2011 Scholar in Residence
  • Carlton Stansbury, Milwaukee, Wisconsin lawyer - Fall 2009 Practitioner in Residence
  • Edward Kainen, '88, Las Vegas Family Law Attorney - Spring 2009 Practitioner in Residence
  • Howard Davidson, Director ABA Center on Children and the Law - Spring 2009 Scholar in Residence
  • Ian Curry-Sumner, Lecturer Molengraaff Institute of Private Law - Spring 2008 Scholar in Residence
  • Carol S. Bruch, UC Davis Law Professor - Fall 2007 Scholar in Residence