"I am honored and excited to become a member of the Weigand family. More than just a scholarship, the Trust is a tremendous opportunity to improve myself as a future attorney by joining a family of scholars and to realize Mr. Weigand's goal of serving the Kansas legal community."
Kendra maintained an excellent academic record throughout her law school and undergraduate careers. She graduated with a 4.0 GPA from Baker University, where she earned a degree in political science after taking her research to honors and political science conferences. While at Baker, Kendra was a member of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority and participated in many different leadership activities and honor societies while working as a University Admissions Assistant.
Kendra graduated at the top of her law school class. After entering law school as a Delmas C. Hill Scholar, she earned several top papers each semester. Outside of the classroom, Kendra was a member of the Washburn Law Journal and served as the Technical Editor for Volume 52. Her Comment, "The End of Desigh-Defect Claims: The Supreme Court's Immunication of Vaccine Manufacturers and failure to Leave Plaintiffs a Remedy in Bruesewitz v. Wyeth LLC" was published in Issue 3 of Volume 51. In addition, Kendra served on the Student Faculty Recruitment Committee and enjoyed participating in the Christian Legal Society and Federalist Society.
After working for the Social Security Administration for four summers in college, Kendra spent the summer after her first year of law school studying abroad at the University of the West Indies in Barbados and working for the Saline County Attorney. She worked for Seigfreid Bingham after law school.
B.A. Political Science, Baker University, 2010
J.D., Washburn University School of Law, 2013