Topic: Political and economic
I have changed the emphasis of the web site that shares space with this blog. In the past, it was partly to seek state compliance with Federal anti-discrimination law in the administration of attorney licensure, and partly to try to change the long-term outcome in my own individual case. I have now given up on my own case as a complete lost cause. The focus of my site is now totally on obtaining the compliance of the Kansas Supreme Court in general, in future cases invoilving other people. The government--including the state courts--should itself comply with the rules it imposes on the rest of us!
To this end, I have completely rewritten the site and added links to a large quantity of research materials--mostly federal statutes and regulations available for free from Federal Government websites and case law available for free from Google Scholar--for the benefit of others who may want to attempt to challenge in Federal court the new (July 2009) Kansas Rules Relating to Admission of Attorneys. I remain willing to join with others, who have some reasonable chance of ultimate licensure if they win, and to participate fully in such a challenge. But it would be an exercise in pure futility for me to attempt such a challenge alone.
My newly-rewritten site can be found at Disability discrimination in attorney licensure in Kansas, Warning and Information for future applicants and their attorneys.