The Kansas Creditor Attorney Association
The Primary Lobbying Group For Kansas Collection Attorneys
The Kansas Creditor Attorney Association was founded in 1994 to bring together collection attorneys from across the state to improve the practice of debt collection law by discussing important changes to the laws and other issues of importance. The group has bi-annual meetings in the Fall and Spring and the meeting site is located among Wichita, Lawrence and Kansas City. Additionally, the association works closely with the Kansas Collectors Association on legislative matters.
This association is the primary lobbying group for collection attorneys in the state of Kansas. The group hires a professional lobbyist each year who devotes a substantial amount of time to the business of the association.
Sharing of information on collection and commercial law issues.
Discussion and development of legislative strategies and rapid dissemination of information on legislative developments.
CLE credit on issues of importance to Kansas attorneys having active collection practices.
Involvement in the formative stages on issues taken up by the Kansas Judicial Council (Two KCAA members serve on the Chapter 61 committee).
An e-mail list just for members.
A web page with a special area for members only for briefs, court case summaries, forms, and many other things of interest to collection lawyers.
A professional lobbying effort in Topeka each year to promote our legislative goals and protect us from adverse legislation.
The annual dues for the association are $250.
Additional associate memberships are $125 each.
The money raised from dues is used primarily to fund the lobbying effort and pay a lobbyist. Dues are billed to all members and prospective members on January 1 of each year.
The board reserves the right to make additional assessments throughout the year as needed. To date, that has not been necessary.
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