Practice Areas: Ms. Brockman’s domestic practice includes divorce, child custody, child support, spousal maintenance, and paternity.
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Education: Ms. Brockman completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Kansas in 2016, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy and psychology. Ms. Brockman received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2020, with an Advocacy Skills Certificate.
Experience: While in law school, Ms. Brockman worked as a legal intern at the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office and served as a law clerk for the Twenty-Ninth Judicial District of Kansas (Wyandotte County District Court). She was also a research assistant for Professor Suzanne Valdez and interned at the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence & Post-Conviction Remedies.
Activities: During her tenure at the University of Kansas School of Law, Ms. Brockman served as Student Bar Association president and Student Ambassador president. She was a member of the Black Law Students Association, a member of the Mock Trial Council, and on the Dean’s Diversity Leadership Council.
Awards: Ms. Brockman was the 2020 recipient of KU Law’s Justice Lloyd Kagey Leadership Award, an award bestowed upon the graduate who has most distinguished him or herself through leadership in the law school. She also earned Pro Bono Distinction recognition for completing 70 hours of pro bono service.
Memberships: Ms. Brockman is a member of the Kansas Bar Association and Wichita Bar Association.