Join KTLA

Welcome to the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, Kansas' premier network of trial lawyers. To join KTLA and take advantage of the many benefits to membership, download an application below, or use the link to join online now.  For more information about KTLA, or to receive an application by mail or fax, please contact KTLA staff at info@ktla.org or (785) 232-7756.

 

Click here to join KTLA online

Download Membership Application ​(Print, complete and return to KTLA at info@ktla.org or via FAX 785-232-7730)

 

2020-2021 Membership Dues (Effective 4/1/20 - 3/31/21)

Regular Memberships  2020 - 21 Annual Dues

First-Time Members (join date - 3/31/21 only)

$272
Regular (Sustaining) $544
Defense (Subscribing) $544
Government Attorneys

$315

Law School Faculty $80
Retired/Retiring Attorneys & Paralegals              $80
Law School Students Complimentary

 

Premier Memberships Annual Dues
Governor $1,120
Eagle Advocate $1,664.00 (minimum)
Eagle Patron   $2,500.00 (minimum)
Eagle Benefactor $3,500.00 (minimum)
Eagle Barrister $5,000.00 (minimum)
Eagle Champion                   $7,500.00 (minimum)
Golden Eagle                                 $20,000.00 (minimum)

 

New to Practice Attorneys*

2020 - 21 Dues

Admitted between 4/1/20 and 3/31/21

Complimentary

Admitted between 4/1/19 and 3/31/20

$106

Admitted between 4/1/18 and 3/31/19

$212

Admitted between 4/1/17 and 3/31/18

$319

Admitted between 4/1/16 and  3/31/17

$425

Admission date is on or before 3/31/16

Regular Membership ($544.00)
*Dues are calculated from the earliest date the applicant was admitted to the practice of law in any state.

  

News & Events

COVID-19: Impacts on Kansas Trial Lawyers

Updates on Kansas Courts


KTLA in the News

Media appearances

Read Here


Trust Juries

Ktla's statement on hilburn v enerpipe, june 14, 2019

Read Here


Work Comp Nominating Committee Must Comply With KOMA

KTLA's Letter to shawnee county dA Chad 

Read Here


Protecting Fair Courts from Political Criticism and Budget Cuts
By F. James Robinson, Jr.
Read Here