October 22, 2018
Changes to the Supreme Court: Discussion with KU law professor Lumen Mulligan
With the recent confirmation of a new supreme court justice, you may wonder what to look for this term at the Supreme Court. Join the Office of Pre-Law Advising for an interactive discussion about the changes coming to the highest court in country and learn how those changes will affect you.
The event will be from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, in Town Hall at the Leadership Studies Building.
Lumen "Lou" Mulligan, professor at the University of Kansas School of Law, will provide a lecture about hot topics at the Supreme Court and discuss cases to look for, and how the new court makeup could affect future cases.
Mulligan joined the KU Law faculty in 2010, where he teaches predominantly civil litigation courses. He also teaches undergraduate courses in the KU Honors Program. In addition to his teaching, Mulligan oversees KU Law's medical-legal partnerships, which aid low-income clients and provide law students with field placement experience, and directs KU Law's 3+3 program, LEAD.