A courtesy notice has been emailed to those with a MyKSCLE account, reminding attorneys to review the online transcript prior to the upcoming deadline of June 30, 2022.
The online transcript is updated every evening and will indicate the hours that have been filed in our office by this time. If you have hours that have not yet been filed, please submit attendance as soon as possible. Please remember providers have 30 days after the date of a program to file the attendance. If it has been longer than 30 days, and the hours are still not reflected on your transcript, please contact the provider to ask them about the delay in reporting the attendance.
Please remember that any hours for the 2021-2022 compliance period should be filed within 30 days of the program, but must be postmarked no later than JULY 31, 2022. to avoid the noncompliance fee.
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There are no longer any limits on distance learning (online/telephone) courses. The limitations were permanently removed with the rule changes that were adopted in the Summer of 2021. An attorney may attend up to eight hours in one day, in any format (online/telephone/in-person). We recommend choosing a course from the "Course Search" on this website. All programs listed are already approved in Kansas.
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The Kansas Judicial Center is open. In-person staff is limited. Masks are recommended in the building. Please call ahead if you plan to stop by the office. We will update our website if/when we have any changes to our procedures.