Think of great pairings and you might come up with combinations like rock and chalk, or crimson and blue.
But what about liberal arts & sciences and law? Like any great pairing, combining the two can produce remarkable results. For our liberal arts & sciences alumni who have gone on to legal careers, the combination has led to unique opportunities that make their careers perpetually interesting and rewarding.
We caught up with a few alumni to see how the two have worked together in their careers, ranging from federal posts to assisting a humanitarian relief fund.
- Tony Arnold, professor/advocate in environmental concerns
- Karen Arnold-Burger, Kansas Court of Appeals judge
- Kendall Day, Department of Justice, Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section
- Chester Klotz, counsel for solar energy project
- Jomana Qaddour, non-profit co-founder/Middle-East policy researcher
- Ryan Rowan, deputy prosecuting attorney