An upcoming symposium at KU will focus on the barriers that people face when they’re trying to re-enter society after they’ve been imprisoned, such as fines and fees and diminished access to housing and employment.
Students with the KU School of Law’s Legal Aid Clinic are preparing to help folks get their criminal records expunged, free for those who qualify.
Constitutional amendments dealing with state legislative power and local control will appear on Kansans’ ballots in the Nov. 8 election.
A student organization from the KU School of Law is set to host a member of a group notorious for condemning LGBTQ+ people.
University of Kansas law students want to help with your taxes for free.
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