Reflections On A Journey To The U.S. Supreme Court – Hamilton v. Lanning, Case No. 08-998

Hamilton v. Lanning, Case No. 08-998

Jan Hamilton is the Chapter 13 Trustee for Topeka, Kansas. He has served in this position since 1998. Jan is a graduate of Washburn University and Washburn School of Law. He is also a 2009 inductee as a Fellow in the American College of Bankruptcy.

Teresa L. Rhodd is a cum laude graduate of Washburn University and a summa cum laude graduate of Baker University. She has been staff attorney for Jan Hamilton since 2006.

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