Washburn Lawyer

Spring/Summer 2012 (Volume 50, Number 1)

Graphic: Cover of volume 50, number 1 of Washburn Lawyer.

Fall 2011 (Volume 49, Number 2)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing presenters at the Breaching Borders Immigration Symposium.

Spring 2011 (Volume 49, Number 1)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Washburn Law students with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor.

Fall 2010 (Volume 48, Number 1)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Washburn Law alums in front of U.S. Supreme Court following swearing-in ceremony.

Fall 2009 (Volume 47, Number 2)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Amanda Warren pro bono illustration.

Spring 2009 (Volume 47, Number 1)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Ambassador Delano Lewis.

Fall 2008 (Volume 46, Number 1)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Bob Dole with three generations of the Berkley family.

Summer 2007 (Volume 45, Number 2)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Dean Thomas Romig.

Winter 2006 (Volume 45, Number 1)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Benjamin Franklin statute outside the law school.

Summer 2006 (Volume 44, Number 2)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing scales of justice.

Winter 2005 (Volume 44, Number 1)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Norman Pozez.

Summer 2005 (Volume 43, Number 2)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Eric Rosen.

Fall/Winter 2004 (Volume 43, Number 1)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing Thomas Corcoran.

Summer 2004 (Volume 42, Number 2)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing panel of Brown v. Board traveling exhibit.

Fall 2003 / Winter 2004 (Volume 42, Number 1)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing class of 1906.

Summer 2003 (Volume 41, Number 2)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing judges.

Fall / Winter 2002-2003 (Volume 41, Number 1)

Graphic: Washburn Lawyer cover showing notable female Washburn Law alumni and a current student. Accommodating Students with Disabilities (165 KB PDF)New Mentor/Mentee Three-Tier Approach Connects Generations (265 KB PDF)Spring 2011 (Volume 49, Number 1)
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