Director's Report for 2015-2016

The Center for Excellence in Advocacy continued to unite students, judges, law faculty, and practicing lawyers who share interests in a broad range of advocacy-related fields of law. Highlights of the 2015-2016 academic year include:

  • Washburn Law ranked in top 12 nationally for trial advocacy (page 1).
  • Jon R. Gray is the Center's Practitioner in Residence (page 5).
  • Professor Michael Kaye retires (page 5).
  • Eleven students earn Advocacy Certificates (page 9).

Read the director's annual report (1 MB PDF)