The Kansas Supreme Court accepted public comment on proposed amendments to Rules 800-811: Rules Relating to Continuing Legal Education.
The amendments are related to ongoing administrative restructuring within the Kansas judicial branch to achieve operational and organizational efficiencies. The changes will not affect the excellent level of service members of the bar have come to expect.
Amendments to Rule 800-811 are shown using strikethrough for deletion and underlining for new language. Generally, these rules have been restyled and retooled to align with other Supreme Court Rules.
revise the categories of programs to make all CLE programs either a prerecorded program, an in-house live program, or a live program;
revise the approval process to reflect the changes to the types of CLE programs, including when an application for approval of a CLE program must be submitted;
create a new Rule 806 to deal with post-approval requirements, including attendance reporting; and
delete the prerecorded program limitation.
Comment closed noon Tuesday, May 11, 2021.