Kansas Law Free Press is the student-run newspaper of the University of Kansas School of Law. KLFP is about new 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 publishes every other Monday during the academic year.
KLFP was founded in March 2010 by Slade Bond, L'11. Since its founding, KLFP has had over 100,000 visitors. It has also recently appeared in the ABA Journal, Dime Magazine, Deadspin, Above the Law, the Pitch, and USLaw.com.
Issue 19 published this week. In it, read the second installment of the how-to-get-a-free-lunch guide, vote to rename the semicolon, relive the pain of OCIs, and learn about a pending case that could change college athletics. Check it out at klfp.org.
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Lani Leighton, editor, Kansas Law Free Press
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