Kansas Association for Justice
The Kansas Association for Justice (KSAJ) is a non-profit organization formed in 1951. Previously known as the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, the organization has operated under its current name since 2007. The Kansas Association for Justice is an organization that caters to plaintiff attorneys who fight for achieving justice for innocent people harmed by no fault of their own and promoting corporate responsibility. The KSAJ strongly supports the right to jury trials, judicial independence, and upholding constitutional principles.
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The Kansas Association for Justice attempts to achieve their mission by offering educational opportunities to members, providing a listserv for members to collaborate with each other, and publishing a Bimonthly professional journal accessible to their members. Additional features offered by KSAJ include an amicus curiae committee, document bank, and multiple CLE offerings a month.
The Kansas Association for Justice also offers social and financial benefits to their members. Some of the benefits include a discounted rate to rent out KSAJ headquarters for events, an annual awards ceremony, and discounted rates with partnership organizations for a variety of services.
Membership in the Kansas Association for Justice is open to attorneys and law students. To join the KSAJ, you must fill out a membership application and pay an annual due, which ranges from complimentary membership for law students to $240 for first time members. However, to maintain your membership for a second year the annual dues rise to $480 per year for regular membership and $275 for government attorney membership.
Contact the Kansas Association for Justice
719 SW Van Buren, Suite 222
Topeka, KS 66603
Phone: (785) 232-7756
Fax: (785) 232-7730