Matt All

Adjunct Faculty
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Matt All is a fifth-generation native Kansan with degrees from from the University of Kansas and Yale Law School. After working in private legal practice in Kansas City and Lawrence, he spent eight years in state government, first as Assistant Insurance Commissioner, and then as Chief Counsel to Governor Kathlee Sebelius. In January 2007, he left state government to begin work at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas. Today, he serves Blue Cross as Senior Vice President and General Counsel. His responsibilities include legal counsel, legislative and regulatory issues, human resources, leadership development, corporate communications, and corporate governance. He has served on the adjunct faculty at KU since 2002, teaching both insurance law and Indian gaming law. He is chairman of the Kansas Bar Association Insurance Law Section, and serves on the Kansas Bar Association Commission on Professionalism.

Courses Taught:
  • Insurance Law


J.D. Yale, 1996; B.A. University of Kansas, with highest distinction, 1993.




American Bar Association, Kansas Bar Association (Chair, Insurance Law Section).


Kansas, 1996

Career History

Associate, Blackwell Sanders Matheny Weary and Lombardi, 1996-97; Associate, Stevens and Brand, 1997-1999; Assistant Kansas Insurance Commissioner, 1999-2003; Chief Counsel to the Governor of Kansas, 2003-2007; General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, and Vice President for Public Policy and Human Development, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas, since 2007.

Selected Publications

Representative Publications

  • "John McCain and the Indian Gaming Backlash: The Unfortunate Irony of S. 2078," 15 Winter Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 295 (2006).

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