1. The University of Kansas School of Law
Legal education at Kansas University began in 1878. The school is a charter member of the AALS. The law school is fully accredited by the ABA. The school is equipped with a wireless network, allowing students to access the Internet from anywhere in the law school. The school prepares its students to be outstanding members of the legal profession with a commitment to professional achievement and public service. The school educates students in both general principles of law and the skills needed for challenging practice. Thus, students develop technical competence, pride in legal craftsmanship, and a sound sense of ethics and professionalism.
2. Washburn University School of Law
Washburn University School of Law was founded in 1903. It became a member of the AALS in 1905. It appeared on the initial list of ABA approved schools in 1923. The law school imparts to its students the value of treating others with respect, and dignity. Its alumni located in all 50 states and many foreign countries include nationally recognized lawyers, state and federal judges, politicians, journalists, and senior executives of Fortune 500 companies.