Kansas Pro Hac Vice Admission Rules & Lawyers
There is a $100 non-refundable fee due at the time of filing the Motion for Admission.
Kansas pro hac vice admission requires a Motion for Admission and a Verified Application.
Kansas pro hac vice admission is granted by the court in which admission is sought. The Kansas attorney should file a Motion for Admission with a Verified Application completed by the pro hac vice applicant.
Yes. The Kansas Supreme Court requires out-of-state attorneys to associate with local counsel before practicing pro hac vice in the Kansas Courts. Local Kansas counsel is also familiar with matters of local practice which will benefit your representation of your client.