The Associated Press
KANSAS CITY, MO – Former Kansas Attorney General Steve Six has joined a law firm in Kansas City, MO as a partner.
Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP announced on Wednesday that Six will be active in the areas of commercial disputes, public clients and personal injury.
Six is a former district judge in Douglas County, Kan. He was appointed Attorney General by the then government in January 2008. Kathleen Sebelius after Paul Morrison resigned in a sex scandal.
Last year Six was the Democratic candidate for a full term as attorney general, but lost to Republican Derek Schmidt.
President Barack Obama nominated six for seats on the US 10th Court of Appeals in March. However, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee never considered his nomination and has resisted opposition from his Republican Senators Pat Roberts and Jerry Moran in the home state.