NEW PROVIDER PORTAL LAUNCH Kansas CLE is proud to announce a new and improved provider portal has launched! The new application system allows providers to submit course applications to Kansas CLE using a fully automated process. Everything entered will be sent to Kansas CLE automatically, and immediately. This will allow for our staff to process requests even faster than we already have been. Which, in turn, means more options for approved programs listed on our Course Search for our Kansas-licensed attorneys when planning their CLE compliance calendar.
2023 GERNON AWARD RECIPIENT Kansas CLE is proud to announce that the 2023 Robert L. Gernon Award for Outstanding Service to Continuing Legal Education in Kansas has been presented to Angela Gupta of Lake Quivira, Kansas. Gupta is a mediator, arbitrator, and independent investigator with Associates in Dispute Resolution She was nominated for the award by the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City. The press release, and information on recipients of this prestigious award can be found on our website here.
An email will be sent in May 2024 to remind members of the bar and CLE providers of the nomination process. The deadline for nominations is June 30, 2024. Nominations may be accepted anytime during the compliance period. The nomination form can be found here.
MAKE A PLAN FOR COMPLIANCE - NOW - Review your transcript early and often We encourage all active attorneys to review their online account on a regular basis. The online account will note any deficiencies for the upcoming deadline of June 30, 2024. By reviewing this information regularly, it will avoid any surprises at the end of the compliance period. Your MyKSCLE account is updated each night. If you have submitted an address change, please allow 48 hours before it is reflected online. If you still have questions after reviewing the most current information with your MyKSCLE account, feel free to contact our office staff.Please have your Kansas Supreme Court number available before calling.
Please allow processing time when submitting affidavits and applications for approval. It is helpful to understand that providers of CLE for in-state and online programs may take up to 30 days to submit attendance to our office after a program occurs. If you have attended a program outside the state of Kansas, you should submit the notice of accreditation within 30 days.