The Ellison Inn is the home for students interested in criminal practice career paths.
Judge Charles Atwell
Professor Sean O’Brien
Judge Joe Locascio
Professor Laura O'Sullivan
Professor Judy Popper
Group One, Two and Three - November 16, 5:30 9.m. - Charlie Hooper's, 12 W 63rd Street, KCMO 64113
Edward D. Ellison was born 1869 in Kansas City and graduated from Central High School. He later attended Princeton University and returned to Kansas City to study law at C.O. Tichenor’s office.
After passing the bar, he practiced law with J.C. Rieger and formed the partnership Ellison and Turpin. He was a founder of the Kansas City School of Law and served as treasurer. Throughout his career, he taught constitutional law, commercial paper, criminal law, common law pleading and statutory rights and remedies. In 1909, he succeeded Dean Borland as dean of the law school. He also served as president of the Kansas City Bar Association from 1911-12.