Law Student Roommate Finder

This page has been created for current and admitted KU School of Law students to find housing and roommates in the Lawrence area. If you are a current or incoming law student searching for housing and/or a roommate, please browse the listings below for options.

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Some students like living with other law students, but others prefer living with people not affiliated with the law school. The only recommendation we can make is to find a stable, non-worrisome living situation. The first year of law school can be busy and stressful; make your living environment as comfortable as possible.

Please direct all questions to admitlaw@ku.edu.


Current Listings

Listing Type: Roommate
Seeking: Female law student
Address of property: Lawrence, KS
Rent (per month): $700 at most
Description of housing: I am looking for an incoming or current female law student at KU to share an apartment with. Preferably one within a mile of the law school.
Move-in date: August 1, 2018
Contact name: Christine Schlegl
Contact email: cis315@culver.edu
Year in law school: Incoming


Listing Type: Roommate
Seeking: Either male or female law student
Address of property: Lawrence, KS
Rent (per month): 500 + 1/2 utilities
Description of housing: Basement “suite” including bedroom, bathroom and spacious living space. Shared kitchen upstairs. Located within 1 mile of the law school. Must be OK with some taxidermy and two dogs.
Move-in date: August 1, 2018
Contact name: Madeline Demaske
Contact email: madeline.demaske@gmail.com
Year in law school: Incoming

 


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