- Kansas State University, Magna Cum Laude, 2013, B.A. in History
- Washburn University School of Law, Dean’s Honors, 2017
Stephanie was raised on a farm in a rural community in Northeast Kansas. Her love of reading and writing led her to an interest in the law at a young age. Stephanie completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at Kansas State University, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a degree in history. While attending K-State, Stephanie put her writing skills to use working as a news writer for the University’s Division of Communications and Marketing. Stephanie’s academic achievements earned a full-tuition scholarship to Washburn University School of Law, where she obtained her Juris Doctorate with Dean’s Honors.
While in law school, Stephanie’s legal research and writing skills earned her a position as a staff writer on the Washburn Law Journal. Her work was published in the Journal and she also won a faculty award for the best student-written piece. While in law school, Stephanie gained experience in family law and child in need of care cases working as a legal assistant at the Law Office of Rebecca R. Rookstool in Westmoreland, Kansas. She also worked as an intern at the Kansas Soybean Association, where she attended state legislative committee meetings and analyzed proposed legislation, and as a law clerk at Smith Law Firm in Topeka, Kansas. Stephanie worked as a law clerk for Cameron & Herrman, P.A. in the summer of 2016, and was hired as an associate attorney with the firm upon graduation from law school.
In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys travelling, reading, and spending time with her family.
- Child Support
- Legal Separation
- Parenting Time
- Protection From Abuse/Stalking
- Residential Placement
- Same-Sex Divorce/Parentage Rights