Robert Stephan

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Robert Stephan
Attorney General of Kansas
In office
1979–1995
Preceded by Curt T. Schneider
Succeeded by Carla Stovall
Personal details
Born Robert Taft Stephan
(1933-01-16) 16 January 1933 (age 84)
Alma mater Washburn University

Robert Taft Stephan (born January 16, 1933)[1] is a licensed attorney who practices law in the State of Kansas. He is a former trial judge and served as Kansas Attorney General from 1979 to 1995. Politically, Robert Stephan is a member of the Republican Party. He also served as Chairman of the Kansas Sentencing Commission.

Robert Stephan attended Washburn University School of Law in the 1950s.

Awards[edit]

In 2003 he received the Fred Ellsworth Medallion (University of Kansas Alumni Association's highest honor for service to Kansas University).

Advocate for multi-Level marketing[edit]

According to a March 1997 interview in Upline Magazine at the Wayback Machine (archived December 24, 2002), Robert Stephan, is quoted as saying, "I believe Network Marketing is coming into its own. It's a marvelous opportunity for the individual, if it's run correctly…”

Robert Stephan regularly provides speeches before large M-L-M conventions and articles in M-L-M news letters.

Controversial Figure[edit]

Although his tenure as attorney general was not without controversy, he was elected four times to the post. Since leaving office, his involvement with Multi-Level Marketing and Network Marketing companies has aroused some controversy.[citation needed]

References[edit]

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Legal offices
Preceded by
Curt T. Schneider
Attorney General of Kansas
1979 - 1995
Succeeded by
Carla Stovall