KPA Membership Benefits

KPA consists of paralegal/legal assistant members statewide. Members of KPA receive a number of benefits which helps the professional keep abreast of a rapidly evolving profession. Such benefits include:

  • Subscription to In Brief..., the KPA's bi-monthly newsletter
  • Subscription to the KPA's Job Registry List 
  • Networking with colleagues and others in the legal community.
  • Participation in local District luncheons, mini-seminars and social events.
  • Discounted rates for the KPA's Annual Meeting and Seminar.
  • Access to free PACE and PCCE study groups.
  • Certification exam and educational scholarship opportunities.
  • Participation in the Mentor/Mentee program.
  • Participation in Pro Bono and Community Service activities.
  • Representation with the Kansas Bar Association.
  • Opportunities to partake in and receive KPA's salary surveys
  • Updates on national, state and local issues and legislation affecting our profession
  • Discounts on materials from Delmar Learning
  • Special pricing on insurance through Aflac (contact Perry Henault for more information)
  • Discounted tuition rates through Rasmussen College.

By becoming a member of KPA, you also become a member of NFPA (National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc.) and receive the following benefits:
    • Subscription to the National Paralegal Reporter, a national magazine for paralegals
    • Copies of the NFPA's quarterly newsletter,
    • Discounts on professional services - including car rentals, credit cards, professional liability insurance, hotel, pharmacy, eye-wear, group life and disability insurance, and a credit union.
    • Information via the Internet server
    • References, list serve and other legal research tips and tools to use on the Internet
    • Discounts on NFPA publications, events, seminars and educational materials
    • Networking opportunities - meet other paralegals and exchange ideas at national meetings held twice each year, through local NFPA associations and through the networking groups offered through the Internet.
    • Support for the individual paralegals - receive access to NFPA's extensive library on paralegal issues and reports on federal and state legislative activities.
    • NFPA assists individuals in filing amicus briefs when the subject is deemed to have an affect on the paralegal profession.


Kansas Paralegal Association is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. PO Box 1902, Topeka, KS  66601

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