The Kansas Trial Lawyers Association (KTLA) and its members have been making a difference for Kansans since 1951. KTLAis a statewide not-for-profit professional organization which champions individual and corporate responsibility and accountability, the right to trial by jury, independence of the judiciary and high standards of ethics. KTLA's members hold those who injure others accountable for their actions.
KTLA is a specialty bar which supports attorneys in their efforts to fulfill its mission through professional education including real-time exchange of information, strategies and techniques. In addition to dynamic communication on its listserves, KTLA produces a quality bimonthly professional Journal and CLE programs tailored to the needs of its members.
The member attorneys of KTLA practice in broad areas of law including:
KTLA Speakers Bureau
The Public Affairs Committee seeks to help educate KTLA members, fellow trial lawyers, legislators and the public on the need for a strong civil justice system, an independent judiciary, and the difference that trial attorneys make by championing and supporting the rights of individual Kansans. Most recently, the Committee established a Speakers Bureau to connect with members of the public on the issues affecting the civil justice system today. The committee hopes that the message of these presentations will be insightful to the audience members on the need to preserve the independence of the judiciary and our right to a jury trial.
For more information on the Speakers Bureau, please contact KTLA staff at (785) 232-7756 or email@example.com.
Take Justice Back was launched by the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the national trial lawyers’ organization, to help educate the public about the erosion of the civil justice system. The Take Justice Back website features a briefing on civil justice issues, educational tools, blog postings and real life stories of the victims of so-called "tort reform." Read more about the people and issues affected by the attack on the civil justice system at www.takejusticeback.com.
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