The Kansas Law Free Press is a news publication written by students at KU Law. KLFP is about news things, big ideas, awkwardness, intellectual diversity, refinement, and getting to the point. It's dedicated to informing, inspiring, and entertaining the students, faculty, and administration at KU Law as well as the community at large.
KLFP was founded one year ago by 3L Slade Bond. Since its founding, KLFP has had over 75,000 visitors. Recently, KLFP has appeared in the ABA Journal and Dime Magazine, and blogs like Deadspin, Above the Law, the Pitch, and USLaw.com.
Issue 14 of KLFP was published last week. In it, you can follow the live Moot Court blogging, read about how law school actually stacks up to high school, learn about Professor Webb Hecker's pastime and Kansas's least obvious sport, and find out what Samia Khan, L'08, is really doing with her KU Law degree. (HINT: it isn't law.) Be sure to check back often; we publish every two weeks.
Lani Leighton, 2L, editor-in-chief of KLFP
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