Kansas does not require or currently have special admission rules for government attorneys licensed in other jurisdictions to be able to practice as Hawaii government attorneys. Check out Kansas Pro Hac Vice Rules for admission on a specific matter.
Attorneys who are full-time active duty U.S. military JAGS are able to practice in the state on a limited basis on non-criminal issues. To eligible JAGS (judge advocates) must be in good standing and must be admitted to at least one state bar. JAGS are subject to all the disciplinary issues that members of the Kansas bar are subject to as well and must also adhere to all the rules of professional conduct. Opposing parties tend to have 10-14 days to object to opposing military counsels appointment.