Mock joined the firm after being admitted to the Kansas Bar in the Spring of 2004. She has been involved in a variety of complex litigation cases, ranging from government liability to construction law. Mock has actively participated in taking depositions, conducting discovery and writing and arguing motions, both in federal and state courts.
Mock’s practice focuses on defense of government entities including counties, cities, and school districts against claims involving employment law, civil rights and general torts. She litigates cases in the state and federal courts of Kansas and Missouri.
Kansas State University, B.S. (2000)
University of Kansas, J.D. (2003)
United States District Court for the District of Kansas (2004)
United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri (2005)
Listed in 2016 Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers®
Rising Star Edition – Civil Litigation: Defense
Topeka Bar Association
Kansas Bar Association
Defense Research Institute
Kansas Association of Defense Counsel
Kansas Women Attorneys Association
Missouri Bar Association
Sam Crow American Inn of Court
Advanced FMLA and ADA Issues. CLE Sterling Education Services. August 2012
Sexual, Racial and Other Harassment & Discrimination. CLE Sterling Education Services. August 2012
McKee v. Pleasanton Unified School District 344: a Kansas case study on the balancing of the Establishment Clause and the Equal Access Act. Kansas Association of School Boards Annual Legal Symposium. June 2007
When Church and State Collide in the Schools: Litigating the Establishment Clause and the Equal Access Act. Topeka Bar Association Continuing Legal Education program. August 2007.