“Thanks to Ben, we have been very pleased with the manner in which we have been treated and are confident in the legal expertise of those involved in processing our cases.”
Ben Stringer is a passionate civil defense litigator. He has a keen ability to understand a business and create strategies to solve legal problems. His practice focuses primarily on transportation law and litigation matters, including surety and workers’ compensation matters. Ben also advises clients with privacy and data security issues.
Ben joined the firm as a law clerk. Before joining Dysart Taylor, Ben gained extensive experience working with government agencies, legislative bodies and nonprofit organizations, including the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, the Kansas Senate, the Johnson County Courthouse, Brass Tactics – HCA Get Covered America, Gwen Graham for Congress, and a law firm in Jacksonville, Florida. He remains active in the community, and is the head coach of the women’s ultimate frisbee team at the University of Kansas.
- Provided research, memos, deposition summaries, and other litigation materials.
- Interacted with government agencies responsible for transportation, logistics, and labor regulations to solve client issues.
- Conducted research, drafted petitions, and corresponded with state agencies for Indian Child Welfare Act cases.
- Assisted with code drafting, housing projects, and consulting with governmental departments.
- Conducted research on legal issues, and executed orders, memoranda, and briefings for judges.
- Missouri Bar Association
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
- Transportation Lawyers Association
- Native American Law Student Association, President, Host of 2018 Diversity Banquet – Law School
- Federal Bar Association, Vice President – Law School
- Business and Tax Law Society, Member – Law School
- Black Law Student Association, Member – Law School
- University of Kansas, J.D., Trial Law Certificate, Trial Advocacy
- Florida State University, M.S., Political Science, 2014
- Florida State University, B.S., Political Science, 2012
- Jayhawk Scholarship Recipient
- James P. Mize Trial Advocacy Award Recipient
- Justice Lloyd Kagey Leadership Award Recipient
- Mock Trial Council, National Trial Competition Participant 2018, Finalist TYLA Regional 2017 & 2018
- NNALSA Moot Court Competition Team, Second Best-Spoken Advocate 2018
SEMINARS / PUBLICATIONS
- “Case Note: Hilburn v. Enerpipe LTD: Bring on the Non-Economic Damages,” co-author, The Transportation Lawyer, October 2019
- “Cuba – United States Legal Issues Affecting Transportation & Logistics,” co-author, The Transportation Lawyer, October 2016
- “Twelve Years and Two Governors Later the Missouri Legislator Takes a Second Stab at Major Tort Reform,” co-author, The Transportation Lawyer, October 2017
- October 2016 – Volume 18, Number 2 – “Cuba – United States Legal Issues Affecting Transportation & Logistics”
- December 2017 – Volume 19, Number 3 – “Twelve Years and Two Governors Later the Missouri Legislature Takes a Second Stab at Major Tort Reform”
- February 2019 – Volume 20, Number 4 – “ Warrant Please: How Courts Are Treating Warrantless Searches of Electronic Control Modules”