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Office of General Counsel

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Office of General Counsel
Kansas State University
111 Anderson Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-5730
785-532-5603 fax
attys@k-state.edu

Sunrise on Anderson Hall

Welcome to the Office of General Counsel

We serve as the attorneys for Kansas State University on all legal matters. This involves providing legal advice, assistance and representation to University administrators and other employees acting on the University's behalf.

Our primary emphasis is on effective preventive law. It is our goal to serve the University by helping to ensure legal compliance in all areas and to minimize legal risks and costs to the University. We strive to give sound, timely legal advice and assistance to prevent legal problems and to effectively resolve any disputes involving the University. We have several education initiatives designed to proactively enhance client awareness of potential legal issues, compliance obligations and best practices.

We also provide vigorous representation of the University in matters that enter litigation or other dispute resolution arenas.

Our website gives an introduction to the services we provide and addresses some of the questions we are frequently asked.


We cannot give legal advice for personal matters. The Kansas Bar Association provides referrals for personal legal services.

Legal services for students are available in the Office of Student Activities and Services located in the K-State Student Union. See Student Legal Services.

 

DISCLAIMER: The materials presented here are for general informational purposes only. Nothing contained within this site and related links may be construed as legal advice from the K-State Office of General Counsel. Laws, regulations and policies change frequently. Legal advice can be provided only in the course of an attorney-client relationship with reference to all of the facts of a specific situation. This information, therefore, must not be relied on as a substitute for obtaining legal advice from a licensed attorney. If you have legal questions or need legal advice pertaining to University matters, please contact the Office of General Counsel directly.