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Please watch this video, with an introduction by Marilyn Harp, Executive Director, that shows you all the work that KLS does for Kansans.    You can donate to KLS by going here.
Welcome to our new site! This website has been updated to make it easier to use on mobile phones, among other reasons. You will find the same valuable legal information, free legal forms, helpful videos and more, that was on our previous site. Please let us know if you have any problems, questions or concerns by leaving feedback below.         Feedback
Here's a short video that shows you the basic steps to join a Zoom meeting on your phone.  
Marilyn Harp, Executive Director of Kansas Legal Services, will be retiring from the position at the end of 2022. Marilyn has been ED since 2006. She started with KLS as  a staff attorney from 1979 to 1984, straight out of the University of Kansas Law School. From 1984 to 1996, Marilyn was Managing Attorney of the Wichita office, and from 1996 to 2006, served as KLS Regional Director in Wichita and Southwest Kansas.
06/09/2022 When: Every 2nd Thursday of the month 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Where: Over the Phone Kansas United States Contact: 1-800-928-3111   Get free legal advice over the phone, every second Thursday of every month!  1-800-928-3111 The Kansas Bar Association provides this service.  
Here is our nonprofit determination letter from the IRS, our 501(3)(c) letter.
The year of the great pandemic, 2020, was quite a year for everyone and that includes Kansas Legal Services, its staff and the people we serve. So many challenges were met and overcome, and we are still dealing with the pandemic into its second year. Please read about the year's accomplishments, struggles and impacts for KLS, in our 2020 Annual Report.
KU Law Student Awarded Prestigious Fellowship Third-year University of Kansas law student Ellen Bertels (pictured below) will serve as a 2021 Skadden Fellow. Considered the most prestigious and competitive award for public interest law students, Skadden Fellowships provide two years of funding for lawyers pursuing public-interest law projects of their own design.

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