Kenneth Titus serves as Chief Counsel to the Kansas Department of Agriculture. He works with the various regulatory programs maintained by the department, manages all agency litigation, assists in all phases of the legislative process, advises the chief engineer and the Division of Water Resources, and provides general advice to the Secretary of Agriculture and staff. He specializes in water law and is experienced with Kansas administrative law issues.
Titus previously served as an assistant attorney general specializing in water law and providing advice to various state boards, including the Kansas Water Office. He also worked at the Kansas Department of Transportation, dealing with property and condemnation law, tort law and insurance law.
- Water Law
J.D., University of Kansas, 2014; M.A., history, Kansas State University, 2009; B.A., history and journalism, Kansas State University, 2006.