The Board of Governors is the governing body of the Kansas Bar Association. It is a representative body of 30 members, elected by the membership from 12 association-delineated districts in Kansas. The board oversees the business and affairs of the association, establishes committees and sections, sets policy, represents the interests of members, represents the KBA at official functions, and represents the interests of members at the national level.
The BOG meets at least twice, and usually five
times a year throughout the state. Meetings are open to members of the KBA,
though advance notice of attendance is highly recommended.
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