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Kansas Student Practice Rule

Submitted by Kay Hill on Wed, 09-11-2013
Long Title
Kansas Rules Relating to Admission of Attorneys Rule 719
Published/Promulgated by
Name of entity
Kansas Supreme Court
Type of entity
Entity Contact
United States
Jurisdiction within country
Who is subject to this regulation?
A legal intern, who has completed 60 hours of law school, may appear in any court or before any administrative tribunal in this state, as hereinafter set forth, on behalf of any indigent person if the person on whose behalf the intern is appearing has consented in writing to that appearance and the supervising attorney has, in writing, approved such appearance. The legal intern must file a written entry of appearance in each case. Appearances by a legal intern shall be limited to the following matters:
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Teaching Methods
Lawyer Regulation