Jalen O'Neil Lowry
"I love Washburn Law because it is made up of people who put students first. Faculty, administration, and staff work hard to create a warm, supportive environment. This frees students to take the risks necessary for rigorous learning."
Dean Lowry taught at Washburn University School of Law from 1989 to 2001 and again from 2008 to 2011. Her courses included Bioethics and the Law; Civil Procedure; Criminal Law; Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing; Legal Methods; and Transactional Drafting. She became Associate Dean for Student Affairs in fall of 2011.
Dean Lowry's clerkships after law school were first for Justice Harold S. Herd of the Kansas Supreme Court, and then for Chief Justice Robert H. Miller. Dean Lowry is licensed to practice in Kansas. She has three step-children: Hannah, Sam, and Toby, and one son, David.