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Keynen "KJ" Wall has been appointed as the next justice to the Kansas Supreme Court. Wall will fill the seat vacated by Lawton Nuss, who retired in December.

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March 12, 2020 - 10:12 AM

Gov. Laura Kelly appointed KJ Wall to the state Supreme Court at a news conference on Wednesday. Photo by Nomin Ujiyediin/Kansas News Service/kcur.org

TOPEKA, Kansas — Gov. Laura Kelly appointed lawyer Keynen “KJ” Wall to the Kansas Supreme Court on Wednesday.

Wall will fill the seat of former Justice Lawton Nuss, who retired in December after more than nine years leading the court as chief justice. It’s Kelly’s second appointment to the state’s highest court since she took office.

Wall, a 49-year-old from Lawrence, was chosen because of his experience and demeanor, Kelly said.

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