08 Jun 2016

KTKL Welcomes Summer Clerks

KTKL is pleased to have recently welcomed two new members to the firm. Ellen Rudolph and Jordan Dillon, both first year law students, have joined KTKL as summer clerks. Ellen is enrolled at The University of Kansas – School of Law and Jordan is at the University of Washburn – School of Law. In their short time with the firm thus far, they have both proven to be wonderful additions to the KTKL team and we look forward to continuing the summer with them here. Please see below for more information on both Ellen and Jordan.


Ellen Rudolph:

After completing her first year at the University of Kansas – School of Law, Ellen is ecstatic to join KTKL’s team as a summer clerk. Ellen graduated from the University of Arkansas with a BSBA in Business Economics and Financial Investment. While in undergrad, Ellen served as a delegate for National Model United Nations in New York City, where she represented Japan on the Chemical Weapons Committee and was awarded Distinguished Delegation. She also served as President of Greeks Going Green and Senator in Associated Student Government, and worked as an Analyst intern for McCormick & Company. Since beginning law school, Ellen has become the Vice President of the Business and Tax Law Society and an active member in KU Women in Law, and will being working in the fall as a Teaching Assistant for KU’s undergraduate Business Law course. Ellen looks forward to spending her summer with KTKL and appreciates the opportunity to further expand her legal skills.


Jordan Dillon:

Jordan recently completed his first year at Washburn University School of Law and is eager to join KTKL as a summer clerk. He graduated as valedictorian from Truman State University with a double major in Economics and Classics. While at Truman State, Jordan was a Student Advisor for three years and was voted the most outstanding veteran staff member by his peers. Further, he served as the national vice president of Eta Sigma Phi, an honors society for the classics. Since beginning his law school career, Jordan has joined the Washburn Law Journal and will be a Study Group Leader for incoming 1Ls in the fall. He is grateful for the chance to work with KTKL this summer and to engage with the law.