Practice Areas: Mr. Kopp represents individuals charged with criminal offenses in municipal and state courts.
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Education: Mr. Kopp completed his undergraduate studies at Coe College in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Business Administration, and Political Science. While at Coe, Mr. Kopp was an economics tutor, a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and a member of the football team. In 2015, Mr. Kopp was selected to be the Captain of the football team and received the Kohawk and Ironhawk awards.
Mr. Kopp received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2019 with an Advocacy Skills Certificate.
Experience: While in law school, Mr. Kopp completed a legal internship with the University of Kansas Project for Innocence. He was also a Teacher’s Assistant, a Research Assistant, and served on the Research Integrity Investigative Committee. Mr. Kopp joined Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC as a Summer Associate in May 2018.
Activities: During his tenure at the University of Kansas School of Law, Mr. Kopp served as Business Manager for the Kansas Law Review; he was assistant justice for the school’s Moot Court Council; and he was selected as a Dean’s Fellow to mentor first-year peers, where he also served as Head Dean’s Fellow his third-year. Mr. Kopp also participated in three moot court competitions: The 2018 KU In-House Competition, winning Best Overall Brief; 2018 National Criminal Procedure Competition; and 2019 National Native American Law Students Association Competition, placing third overall and receiving the award for Second Place Best Brief.
Awards: Mr. Kopp received the Janean Meigs Memorial Award, awarded to students demonstrating a caring spirit in service to the students of the law school or to the community at large. He also received the Jack E. Dalton Legal Writing Award for his appellate writings in moot court competitions.
Membership: Mr. Kopp is a member of the Kansas Bar Association and Douglas County Bar Association.