JOHN T. SEITZ
John T. (“J.T.”) Seitz pursued his legal education with a focus on practical, real-world experience and a passion to help others. While in law school, J.T. served a variety of roles ranging from advising world-renowned researchers on the patentability of their inventions, to working directly with crime victims to ensure satisfactory judgments against their offenders in court. He also served as a judicial intern at Sedgwick County District Court for the Hon. Timothy Lahey. His practice consists of general civil litigation. J.T. believes every client deserves transparency regarding their case, prompt communications, and zealous representation.
Focus of Practice
Kansas State University – Graduated Cum Laude; Staff Editor, Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy, University of Kansas School of Law; CALI Excellence for the Future Awards, Legal Analytics and Intellectual Property, University of Kansas School of Law.
Member - Kansas Judicial Council Civil Code Advisory Committee; Kansas Bar Association Bench and Bar Committee; Phi Delta Lambda International Honor Society; Gamma Epsilon National Honor Society; Magna Cum Laude graduate of Mid-America Nazarene College, Olathe, Kansas.
Kansas and Barton County Bar Associations; Barton County Young Professionals Association.
Education and Bar Admissions
B.S. in Life Science, Minor in Public Relations, 2015, Kansas State University; J.D., 2019, University of Kansas School of Law.