The Kansas Trial Lawyers Association (KTLA) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1951. It is dedicated to protecting the rights of Kansans who have been injured or harmed due to the negligence or recklessness of others. Castle Law Office's very own Heather Lottmann giving back to the community through the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, for which she is also the chair of the Women's Caucus. Wyandotte High School recently held mock interviews for their students of Youth Court, many of whom are aspiring attorneys. They were great students with enthusiasm and eager to participate.
The KTLA has a long history of fighting for justice for its members and their clients, and it has played a significant role in shaping the civil justice system in Kansas.
Women have played a vital role in the KTLA since its founding. In recent years, women have continued to play a leading role in the KTLA. Today, women make up over half of the KTLA's membership (Is that true? How do you know? I didn’t see that on their website), and they hold leadership positions at all levels of the organization. Women are also active in the KTLA's advocacy efforts, and they have been instrumental in fighting for reforms to the civil justice system.
The KTLA is proud of its history of promoting diversity and inclusion. The organization is committed to providing a welcoming and supportive environment for all of its members, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. The KTLA is also committed to fighting for the rights of all Kansans, and it will continue to do so for many years to come.
Castle Law and Mrs. Lottmann look forward to providing resources and giving back to the community for years to come!