On April 8, 2020, the Kansas Supreme Court issued several Administrative Orders to extend the due date for annual fees,
modify continuing legal education attendance and reporting deadlines, and temporarily waive the limitation on prerecorded
programming through September 30, 2020. Providers are still required to make the application, and electronically report the
attendance, for distance learning programs. Applications and certificates will not be accepted from the attorney. The deadline
for attendance remains June 30 but, for those who cannot meet that requirement. there is an automatic extension without penalty
through September 30. Please note, per this order, ALL attendance in Kansas must be reported by September 30 to qualify for the
2019 - 20 compliance period. Please plan your attendance accordingly so that it may be reported before the deadline.
For more detailed information about the Administrative orders, please find the full press release, including links to the orders,
from the Kansas Supreme Court, here.
The Kansas CLE Board continues to monitor this situation in Kansas and around the world. Our staff is still working remotely and is
available by email or phone. We are able to receive mail at our street address. If possible, please continue to use the street address
to submit applications and application fees.
Thank you for your continued efforts to provide accessible, relevant, and high-quality CLE programming to Kansas attorneys. It is much appreciated.
News & Reminders
COVID-19 and CLE
The Kansas Judicial Center is open by appointment only. Masks are required 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.
REMINDER: Please do not send distance learning certificates to Kansas CLE. We cannot process those documents. The provider is required to electronically report your hours. In addition, ONLY PROVIDERS may make an application for distance learning. Applications received by individual attorneys will be returned without processing. If you have attended a distance learning program that has not been approved in Kansas, please make a request to the provider that they apply for Kansas credit.