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Best Employment Law Attorneys in Kansas

Lawyer Legion created this list of the top picks in 2024 for the best employment law attorneys in Kansas. To rank the top employment lawyers and other lawyers in Kansas, we used both objective and subjective criteria.

The best employment law attorneys were selected based on their career accomplishments, success in high-profile cases, professional involvement, community leadership, and board certifications.

This list represents some of the most highly accomplished employment lawyers currently practicing in Kansas. When reviewing this list, please be aware of each of the following:

  • Lawyers cannot pay to be included in this list.
  • Only lawyers who are active on Lawyer Legion were selected.
  • No online directory can accurately determine a statewide list of attorneys who are actually “the best” at practicing employment law (but our list comes close).
George Pearson
George Pearson Law Firm
Topeka, KS
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Kansas Employment Law Legal Resources

Employment Law Bar Associations and Legal Organizations

National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) - The NELA is a national professional association of lawyers who represent employees against their employers and former employers in the areas of employment discrimination, illegal workplace harassment, wrongful termination, denial of employee benefits, and other employment-related matters. The National Employment Lawyers Association is the largest national association advocating for employees rights in the United States.

Kansas Government and Court Resources

Kansas Attorney General's Office

Kansas Attorney General's Office - The Kansas Attorney General's Office, led by the Attorney General, who is elected by the people, serves as the state's chief legal advisor. This office is responsible for providing legal counsel to state agencies and officials, representing Kansas in legal matters, both civil and criminal. The Attorney General's Office plays a crucial role in prosecuting and defending legal actions on behalf of the state, issuing legal opinions, and overseeing the enforcement of laws. Additionally, it addresses various legal issues, including consumer protection, public safety, and environmental concerns.

Kansas Department of Labor

Kansas Department of Labor - The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) oversees a range of responsibilities aimed at supporting the state's workforce, enforcing labor laws, and ensuring workplace safety. Its primary duties include administering unemployment insurance benefits, enforcing wage and hour laws, providing workforce development programs, and conducting workplace safety inspections. KDOL administers unemployment benefits, providing financial assistance to eligible individuals during periods of job loss. The department also enforces labor laws related to minimum wage, overtime, and fair employment practices to protect workers' rights.

Kansas Judicial Branch

Kansas Judicial Branch - The Kansas Judicial Branch serves as the guardian of justice within the state, responsible for interpreting and applying the law. Its duties encompass adjudicating civil and criminal cases, protecting individual rights, ensuring due process, and overseeing family law matters. Kansas' judiciary also plays a critical role in addressing legal issues unique to the state, including agricultural and rural concerns. The Kansas Judicial Branch maintains the rule of law throughout the Sunflower State.

Kansas State Legislature

Kansas State Legislature - The Kansas State Legislature operates as a bicameral body, consisting of the Kansas Senate and the Kansas House of Representatives. The Senate has 40 members serving staggered four-year terms, while the House comprises 125 members serving two-year terms. The Legislature is responsible for proposing, debating, and passing laws that govern the state, including the formulation of the state budget, tax legislation, and addressing various policy issues such as education, healthcare, and public safety.

Kansas Supreme Court

Kansas Supreme Court - The Kansas Supreme Court stands as the highest judicial authority in the state, responsible for interpreting and administering the law. Its primary role involves reviewing appeals from lower courts to ensure the correct interpretation and application of state laws and the constitution. The court's duties encompass hearing diverse cases, including civil, criminal, and constitutional matters, and establishing legal precedents that guide lower courts and legal practitioners throughout Kansas. Additionally, the Kansas Supreme Court oversees the regulation of attorneys, managing attorney admissions, setting ethical standards, and disciplining lawyers to maintain professionalism and uphold ethical conduct within the legal profession statewide.

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