Family Law

Kansas Sues Sperm Donor for Support, Says Written Waiver of Parental Rights Is Not Valid

Legal Ethics

Ex-Navy Lawyer Is Disbarred for Sending Secret Names of Gitmo Detainees to Legal Group

Legal Ethics

Ex-Kansas AG Kline Tells Judges His Office ‘Endeavored Forthright’ in Abortion-Provider Probes


Judge Orders Newspaper to ID Claimed Juror Who Commented Online During Trial Over Attorney’s Murder

Legal Ethics

Ex-Navy Lawyer Who Gave Detainee Names to Legal Group Fights for His Law License

White-Collar Crime

Lawyer Faces Federal Case, Accused of Handling Client Trust Money in Ponzi-Scheme-Like Manner

Law Schools

As Law School Applications Drop 13.7 Percent Nationwide, KU Sees a 19 Percent Increase

Criminal Justice

Lawyer Is Sentenced to Prison for Role in $52M Ponzi Scheme


Bar Program in Kansas Promotes Rural Practice, an Increasingly Appealing Choice for Law Grads

Law Practice Management

As Nation Swelters, Law Firm Workers Keep Winter Gear at Hand to Deal with Arctic Indoor Temps

Criminal Justice

First Felony Murder Trial Under Way in Slaying of Kansas Lawyer

Legal Ethics

Lawyer Is Suspended for Two Years for False Claim About Judge’s Behind-the-Bench Activity

Legal Ethics

Kansas Attorney Cleared of Ethics Violation Files Complaint Against State Official

Legal Ethics

5 Kansas Supreme Court Justices Recuse Themselves From Ex-AG’s Ethics Case

Legal Ethics

Lawyer Loses License for 1 Year, Represented Both Wife Suspected of Arson and Husband in Fire Claim

Internet Law

Reporter’s Tweeted Photo Leads to Mistrial in Topeka Murder Case

Criminal Justice

Slain Kansas Lawyer Was Shot to Death Last Year in Robbery at Her Home, Eyewitness Testifies

International Law

Seattle Lawyer Meets Suspect in Afghan Civilian Shooting


Wesley Brown, a Kennedy Appointee and Oldest-Sitting Federal Judge, Has Died at 104


Lawyer’s Book Helped Dozens of Abandoned Pets Get New Homes