Betsy Six joined the KU Law faculty in January 2004 as a professor in the Lawyering Skills Program. She became the Director of Academic Resources in 2010 and was awarded the Robert A. Schroeder Teaching Fellowship in 2015. In the 2017-2018 academic year, Six served as president of the Association of Academic Support Educators (AASE), the national organization for law school academic support professionals. She was promoted from Associate Clinical Professor to Clinical Professor in 2020. Six received the Immel Award for Teaching Excellence in 2020.
Six graduated in 1992 from Stanford Law School, where she was a member of the Stanford Law Review. During law school, she spent six months researching international human rights issues in Geneva for the Institute Henri Dunant, a research institute affiliated with the International Red Cross. She joined the Kansas City law firm of Spencer Fane Britt & Browne after graduation. Her primary area of practice has been environmental law, with an emphasis on advising clients on compliance issues and representing them in administrative and regulatory matters.
- Advanced Legal Analysis
- Lawyering Skills
- Writing for Law Practice
J.D., Stanford, 1992; B.A., Indiana University, 1989
Advanced Legal Analysis, Jurisdiction, Lawyering Skills and Writing for Law Practice
Kansas 1993, Missouri 1992
Attorney, Spencer Fane Britt & Browne LLP, 1992-2007; University of Kansas School of Law, 2004-present.
- Lawyering skills
American Bar Association; Kansas Bar Association; Missouri Bar Association