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  • 10/25/17 3:14 pm CDT
         Cynthia Heath (Washburn Class of 1971) chair of the Washburn University Foundation Board of Trustees, has issued a challenge match for Washburn alumni and the community of up to $1 million to help build a premiere law school building at Washburn University.     Heath, senior advisor, executive compensation at Emerson Electric, has served on the board of trustees since 2007 and as a director since 2009. While she received her law degree at Washingtonmore...
  • 8/26/17 10:17 pm CDT
    Washburn University Law School Thomas J. Romig
         Thomas J. Romig, dean of the Washburn University School of Law, announced at the annual Dean’s Circle Dinner for donors that he will step down from his role as dean in June 2018 at the end of the academic year.  Romig joined the Washburn School of Law in 2007 after a distinguished career with the U.S. Army and the Federal Aviation Administration.  Following this year, Romig is planning to stay on at Washburn Law as a member of the faculty.   more...
  • 5/12/17 8:58 am CDT
         Topeka, Kan. – Washburn University faculty and staff members were recently honored with the status of emeritus and eminentes universitatis. The title of emeritus is given to faculty who have taught at Washburn for ten years or more and retire in good standing. “Eminentes universitatis” can be loosely translated to “outstanding ones of the university” and is an honor given to staff members who have been employed at Washburn for ten years or more, and retire in good standingmore...
  • 5/10/17 10:30 am CDT
         Washburn University School of Law invites members of Topeka and the surrounding communities to serve as jurors or witnesses for mock trials on Saturday, May 20, 2017. Washburn Law students participating in Washburn Law’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (ITAP) will put their trial skills to the test after a week of intense training. The mock trials will take place at the Shawnee County Courthouse, 200 SE 7th St., Topeka, from 8 a.m. to noon.    more...
  • 4/7/17 9:34 am CDT
    Washburn Law Professor Mary Ramirez and her husband, Professor of Law and Associate Dean at Loyola University of Chicago Steven Ramirez, recently published “The Case for the Corporate Death Penalty: Restoring Law and Order on Wall Street.” The book is a critical examination of  the wrongdoing underlying the 2008 financial collapse and reveals that the government failed to use its most powerful law enforcement tools despite overwhelming proof of wide-ranging and large-scale fraud on Wallmore...

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