Qualifications for 2023

Recipients of KPF scholarships shall meet the following criteria:

  • a Kansas resident;
  • a 2L or 3L enrolled in a law school in Kansas;
  • demonstrate a desire to become a prosecutor;
  • exhibit previous or ongoing activities of public service;
  • either be pursuing a career in prosecution or the administration of justice; and
  • may not be a member within the first degree of relationship to either a member of the scholarship committee or the KPF board.

Award Process

Scholarship application forms shall be reviewed and approved by the KPF board of trustees.

The scholarship committee will review only fully completed scholarship applications which comply to the directions of the scholarship application form. Application packets which fail to conform to the scholarship application form requirements by the due date will be considered incomplete and not considered.

Final decision on scholarship recipients will take during the KPF Board Meeting each May unless otherwise authorized by the KPF Board.

All applicants will receive decision notification, in writing, within ten (10) business days of the KPF Board decision.

Scholarships shall be presented to selected recipients at the KCDAA conference in June. Scholarship recipients are required to accept the scholarship at the KCDAA Spring conference, unless waived, for good cause, by the KPF Board. A modest travel stipend is given to the winner for travel expenses.

How to Apply

Click here to access the Application for 2023

Applications need to be submitted with all required materials (essay, proof of enrollment, biography and photo) by April 30th to: kcdaa10@gmail.com

or mail to:

Kansas Prosecutors Foundation
1200 SW 10th Ave.
Topeka, KS 66604

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