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Attorney Registration



Online registration portal 

Annual registration fees are due by June 30 of each year for the period July 1 through June 30. There is a $100 late fee. 

Register and pay annual fee
Supreme Court order 2010 SC 27: Annual Registration Fees 
 

Attorney directory

Check the status of a Kansas attorney. The director lists all active, inactive, and retired attorneys. You may also request that status of attorney by phone or email. 

Kansas Supreme Court Attorney Directory 

Attorney Registration
785-296-8409
registration@kscourts.org
 

Change registration status 

To change your registration status, you must make your request in writing. If you have been inactive for two years or more, you must submit submit the form below with your request. Contact Attorney Registration about fees and requirements.

Request a Change of Registration Status
Supreme Court Rule 208: Attorney Registration

Update address and contact information

Every registered Kansas attorney is required to notify the Clerk of the Appelalte Courts Office within 30 days of changes to any of the following:

  • legal name;

  • residential or business address;

  • email address;

  • business telephone number; or

  • residence or personal telephone number.

If you use the Kansas Continuing Legal Education online form to reoport a change of address, it will be shared with Attorney Registration and the U.S. District Court. 

Kansas CLE online change of address 
 

Request a certificate of good standing

To request a certificate of good standing, send an email to registration@kscourts.org with your name, attorney registration number and your mailing address. Certificates are mailed within two business days. Electronic certificates are not available. There is no charge for the certificate. 
 

Report professional liability insurance

Professional liability insurance is not required but must be reported if an attorney has it. If you do, submit the name and email address of the insurance carrier to registration@kscourts.org. This information is a matter of public record through the Attorney Registration office. 

Supreme Court Rule 208A: Mandatory Disclosure of Professional Liability Insurance

Nominating commission eligibility

Kansas attorneys must be on a certified roster to nominate or be nominated in any election, or to serve as a member of any nominating committee. 

Nominating Commission Eligibility Selection

Judicial district nominating commission election results for March 2020

 

Contact  

Attorney Registration
Kansas Judicial Center
301 SW 10th Ave., Room 117
Topeka, KS 66612-1507

785-296-8409
registration@kscourts.org



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