Join KCCL

New Members $150/year

(or $130/year if a member of KCBA CL Section)

Members of KCCL have many opportunities for learning and networking with other Collaborative professionals at a variety of experience levels. You will get to know members of the Collaborative community and they will get to know you when you attend Family Law Practice Group meetings and participate in committee work.

This membership is for you if you:

  • Have not been a KCCL member before

  • Are a Member of IACP or plan to become a member within the next 7 days

  • Are committed to IACP ethical standards

  • Are a member of a voluntary practice group who has attended at least 2 meetings in the past year

  • Carry professional liability insurance

  • Can commit to joining and actively participating in a KCCL or other qualifying Collaborative Law committee

Renewing Members $150/year

(or $130/year if a member of KCBA CL Section)

Renewing members of KCCL must have demonstrated active participation in Collaborative Law committees and voluntary practice groups. 

This membership is for you if you:

  • Are or have been an active member of KCCL

  • Have a renewed membership in IACP or plan to do so within the next 7 days

  • Remain committed to IACP ethical standards

  • Attend 6 meetings per year in a voluntary practice group

  • Carry professional liability insurance

  • Actively participate in a KCCL or other qualifying Collaborative Law committee

  • Complete 6 hours of continuing education every two years, which may include presenting or attending training, in Collaborative Law, alternate dispute resolution, and/or peacemaking. Members are encouraged to dedicate 2 of those hours to the topic of domestic violence

  • Engage in a minimum of 3 hours of interactive cross-discipline training every three years

Friends of KCCL $25/year

Friends of KCCL are students, professionals, and supporters of Collaborative Practice who wish to join in the Collaborative conversation and connect with the KCCL membership. If you are not yet trained and are working on the membership requirements, we invite you to join as a “Friend of KCCL” to connect with the Collaborative Practice community.

The Friend of KCCL membership is also available to those who support Collaborative Practice, though may not be in a field traditionally identified as a Collaborative Professional. This might include real estate agents, investment advisors, mortgage brokers, mediators, etc.