New Osage County attorneys pass bar exam; to take oath

Two new attorneys from Osage County will take their state and federal oaths in special ceremonies Friday at Topeka.

Cody Lee Robinett, Osage City, and Phoenix Zane Taylor Anshutz, Overbrook, are among 94 successful applicants to the July 2017 Kansas bar examination. The new Kansas attorneys will be sworn in during one of two ceremonies at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sept. 29, 2017, in the Supreme Court courtroom at the Kansas Judicial Center, 301 SW 10th Ave., Topeka.

Chief Justice Lawton Nuss will preside over the Supreme Court, and Judge Daniel Crabtree will represent the U.S. District Court. Douglas Shima, clerk of the Kansas Supreme Court, will administer the state oath, and Timothy O’Brien, clerk of the U.S. District Court, will administer the federal oath. Donald Peterson II and Christina Lewerenz Holland, the chair and vice chair of the Kansas Board of Law Examiners, respectively, will present the new attorneys to the court.

Information thanks to Kansas Office of Judicial Administration.


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