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301 367 - Rules relating to court reporters

The Kansas Supreme Court is accepting public comment on proposed amendments to Supreme Court Rules between 301 and 367 until 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, 2002.

The amendments update rule language and transfer from the Clerk of the Appellate Courts Office to the Office of Judicial Administration:

• responsibility for administering the court reporter program; and
• duties related to the Board of Examiners of Court Reporters.

The proposed amendments are part of an administrative restructuring within the Kansas judicial branch to achieve operational and organizational efficiencies. The change will not affect the excellent level of service court reporters know to expect.

Proposed changes are shown using strikethrough for deletion and underlining for new language.

Comment may be made by email to publiccomments@kscourts.org until 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, 2020. The subject line must read "Court Reporter Rules."

110C - Recognition of tribal judgments

The Kansas Supreme Court is accepting public comment on proposed Supreme Court Rule 110C, which establishes procedures governing a district court's duty to extend full faith and credit to the orders, judgments, and other judicial acts of a tribal court of any federally recognized Indian tribe. See K.S.A. 60-3020. Comment may be made by email to SCRulespubliccomment@kscourts.org until 5 p.m. Friday, June 5, 2020. The subject line must read "Rule 110C." 

804(b) - Individual Attorney Course Approval

The Kansas Supreme Court is accepting public comment on a proposed amendment to paragraph (b) of Supreme Court Rule 804: Program Approval in Rules Relating to Continuing Legal Education.

Amendments to Rule 804(b) are shown using strikethrough for deletion and underlining for new language. The amendment clarifies the existing process for seeking CLE credit on an individual attorney basis.

Comment may be made by email to publiccomments@kscourts.org until noon Friday, June 26, 2020. The subject line must read “Rule 804.”

Comment Period Closed

Amended Supreme Court Rule 806

The Kansas Supreme Court is accepting public comment on a proposed amendment to Rule 806: Rules Relating to Continuing Legal Education. Comment may be made by email to publiccomments@kscourts.org until noon, Thursday, March 12, 2020. The subject line must read "Rule 806."



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