You may be admitted to practice law in Kansas without taking the bar exam, if you have been practicing in another jurisdiction and you meet all eligibility requirements. You can apply for admission through motion if you meet the requirements.
If you have been admitted by examination to the bar of a jurisdiction, you may be admitted to the Kansas bar if:
your license is active in a jurisdiction;
you have never been suspended, disbarred, or lost your license in any jurisdiction;
you have the requisite character and fitness to practice law in Kansas;
you have lawfully practiced law for five of the preceding seven years; and
you meet all other eligibility requirements.
The fee for admission to the bar by motion under Rule 719 is $1,250.
Admission through Motion
If you are admitted to the Kansas bar through motion, you must take the oath of admission under Rule 726 before practicing law in Kansas.
Rules relating to motion
Kansas Attorney Admissions Office
Kansas Judicial Center
301 SW 10th Ave., 1st Floor
Topeka, KS 66612-1507