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Judicial Branch

Kansas state courts—including district courts, the Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court—provide people a venue to resolve disputes through a fair and impartial legal process by upholding and applying the Constitution and law of Kansas and the United States. 


Celebrating Constitution Day

Every September 17, America celebrates Constitution Day. It was on this day in 1787 that the Founding Fathers signed the U.S. Constitution. We invite you to learn more about the most influential document in our nation's history.

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Kansas Courts eFiling

All Kansas-licensed attorneys who are permitted to practice law under Supreme Court Rule 208(a) must electronically file documents in state courts.

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news New attorneys to take state and federal oaths September 24

TOPEKA—Applicants who successfully passed the Kansas bar examination will be sworn in as Kansas attorneys in either an in-person ceremony or by videoconference Friday, September 24. 
New attorneys can choose to be sworn in Friday in an in-person ceremony, a one-on-one videoconference ceremony, or by any state ... Learn More »

Oral Arguments

The Supreme Court sits in Topeka six times a year for one-week periods and convenes occasionally for one-day travel dockets at different locations around the state. Shorter special sessions may be scheduled as needed. These dockets are broadcast over the internet for live viewing. Recordings are archived for on-demand viewing.

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