Douglas County Lawyers
Mr. Joseph received his juris doctorate in 2000 from the University of Kansas School of Law. He was invited to membership in the Order of the Coif, a national honor society for law school graduates with exceptional academic achievement. Mr. Joseph graduated summa cum laude from Wichita State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in...
As a criminal defense attorney, Nick has represented clients on serious felony charges as well as misdemeanors including murder, rape, aggravated robbery, aggravated battery, burglary, criminal possession of firearms, driving under the influence (DUI), domestic violence, as well as drug offenses. On any given day, you may find Nick defending his clients throughout criminal justice process from trying cases to a jury, negotiating pleas, and preparing briefs for the Court of Appeals and Kansas Supreme Court....
Kristina focuses exclusively on bankruptcy. She brings her non-profit experience to the table when helping her clients. Kristina is married with three children.
At KU Law, Stephen Ware teaches and researches Contracts, Bankruptcy, Consumer Law, Secured Transactions, and ADR (arbitration, mediation, and negotiation). He is the author of three books, 42...
Chris moved to Lawrence in 1996 and graduated from The University of Kansas School of Law in 1999. He apprenticed himself to a bankruptcy attorney as an associate for several years and soon found his calling in Bankruptcy Law. He has been a partner and managing attorney at other firms and has personally filed over 3,000 consumer bankruptcy cases. Chris is married...
Dan has been practicing law in Kansas since 1999, and is a partner in the firm. Dan works often advising business and corporate...
After that my wife and I published a small newspaper for six years in Wichita. I also served three terms in the Kansas Legislature. Ultimately, we both went back to school. I obtained a law degree (KU '74) and she a masters in journalism.
We spent a couple of years in Washington, D.C., returned to Lawrence in 1977,...
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