The Spencer Fane Education group recently hosted a three-part series focusing on the impact of new Title IX regulations on schools and colleges.
Commitment to client-centered growth starts with internal development
Spencer Fane LLP is pleased to announce seven attorneys have been elected partners, continuing an established track record of internal advancement at the firm. The new partners include attorneys in Spencer Fane offices in Kansas City, Missouri (Stephanie Lovett-Bowman and Mike Seitz); Overland Park, Kansas (Stacy Harper, Crystal Howard and Reed Williams); St. Louis, Missouri (Megan Meadows); and Denver (Tom George).
The Civic Council of Greater Kansas City has selected Spencer Fane attorney Stephanie Lovett-Bowman as a member of the 2017 class of the Kansas City Tomorrow program. Stephanie joins a select group of business, industry, and government leaders who, over a 9-month period, will focus on issues analysis, decision making, and building effective community leadership skills.
Spencer Fane is pleased to announce that it will once again be joined by Of Counsel Stephanie A. Lovett-Bowman who rejoins the firm’s litigation practice after serving with the U.S. Department of Education. Previous to her time at the DoE, Stephanie served with Spencer Fane for five years.