Kansas Judicial Council

The Judicial Council works to improve the administration of justice in Kansas by continuously studying the judicial system and related areas of law, by recommending changes when they are appropriate, and by preparing publications which further this mission. The Council has ten members, eight of whom are appointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court as follows: one member of the Supreme Court, one member of the Court of Appeals, two district court judges, and four practicing attorneys. The Chairs of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees are also members.

The Judicial Council or Judicial Council staff do not provide advice about specific cases. The Council or staff cannot provide advice about which form to use or how to fill out a form. If you need advice, please check out the information on our Resources page.