Kirk Lowry, J.D. - Litigation Director
Kirk is a licensed attorney and a 1987 graduate of Washburn University School of Law.
He was in private practice from 1987 to 2000 and is a past president of the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association.
Mr. Lowry was an adjunct professor of law at Washburn Law School and has tried many significant cases for persons with disabilities in state and federal court.
In 1999, Kirk
represented a plaintiff with a disability in Murphy v. UPS, an ADA case, in the United States Supreme Court
has argued and won both sovereign immunity and Ex parte Young cases in the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
From 2000 to 2003, Kirk was the attorney for the Topeka Independent Living Resource Center, where he represented numerous persons with disabilities in legal cases.
Just let him get out there and bat, hit, play and run," said Kirk Lowry, litigation director for KAPS, who represented Matthew in the case.
Judge Marten told Matthew he had probably learned more about toughness in his seven years than the rest of us have in our entire lives," Lowry