2016 President's Award of Excellence

 

 

 

Welcome to KCALA!

Welcome to our team and website!  Whether you’re a new Legal Administrator in the Kansas City area, or already a member of our group, we would like to introduce you to the advantages of your membership in our association.  KCALA began in 1975 with an enterprising group of Legal Administrators looking for a way to advance their core knowledge in managing their respective law firms.  Their early efforts have been the foundation on which our association stands today in promoting and enhancing the competence and professionalism of all members of the legal management team. 

Membership has its advantages!  By joining the KCALA and the National Association of Legal Administrators (ALA), you will enjoy a wide arrange of benefits to assist you in your daily law firm duties.  Log into the ALA website (alanet.org), and click on the “Become a Member Tab,” to get a preview of all programs available to you.  From Educational Opportunities to the Legal Management Resource Center (LMRC), this site is fully stocked with the tools to make you successful. 

Brian D. Larios, CLM
KCALA Chapter President
blarios@lathropgage.com


 

For more information, click on the Membership tab above,

or contact Lisa Pecina at epecina@shb.com.

  


 

 


  

 

Consider joining KCALA as a Business Partner! 
Click here
to learn details about our Business Partner Program.  

Click here
   for a Business Partner Registration Form, 
or click on the Business Partners tab above
to review the information posted about our partners.   

 


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All Meeting Dates

Board Meetings 
Chapter Meetings 

HR Focus Group 
Small Firm Administrators Roundtable 
Webinars

 

Upcoming Meetings

Jun 7
Jun 15

KCALA June Chapter Meeting

Note: This is a Wednesday meeting date
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Jun 21

ALA Webinar: Working through the Bureaucratic Red Tape of Decision-Making

The structure of government organizations and large firms can create an abundance of red tape that slows down decision-making, discourages creativity and stifles innovation. Organizations with hierarchical structures are often bound by rigid controls maki
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Jun 23

Small Firm Administrators Roundtable

Small Firm Administrators Roundtable
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Jul 7

ALA Webinar: Kick Up Your Internal Training: How Adults Learn

Adults are characterized by maturity, self-confidence and autonomy and they generally are more practical, while at the same time less open-minded and receptive to change. All these traits affect their motivation, as well as their ability to learn. Join th
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