Melissa Spencer Reynolds, CKP : 2015-2016 KPA President
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KPA 2016 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION AND PAYMENT ARE DUE BY JANUARY 31, 2016

Some of the advantages to a KPA membership are educational seminars at reduced member rates to keep you updated on the law, online job bank access and email notifications of current job openings, and networking with other paralegals across the Commonwealth.

To complete an Application for membership, please click on JOIN in the right hand corner of the webpage, and then, click on “Create A New Account”.  More detailed instructions on completing the Application can be found on our website at http://www.kypa.org/Portals/0/Online%20Application%20Instructions.pdf

If you have any questions regarding your membership, please contact our Director of Member Relations, Debby Ewen, at kpa.membership@gmail.com.

The KPA values all its members and we hope you will continue your support of the KPA in 2016. 

Important reminder for CKPs: Section 5.05 of the KPA’s Professional Standards and Certification Program policy requires a CKP to maintain continuous membership in the KPA.  A completed KPA Membership Application and dues must be received by the KPA within 45 days of notification of CKP exam results. A CKP must thereafter submit a current KPA Membership Application annually and pay KPA dues, fees, fines or other monies by January 31 each year.

NEED TO EARN LAST-MINUTE CLE CREDITS?

Here’s some options for earning KPACC-approved CLE credits during the remainder of 2015:

  • Lexis offers Live and On Demand webinars at no charge. Please note: Many Lexis On Demand webinars are 25 to 35 minutes in duration and require completion of two (2) webinars for eligibility for a 50-minute credit. For a listing of webinars, see http://www.lexisnexis.com/webinarcenter/home.page.  

Important reminders for CKPs - Under Section 9.02(A)(3) of the KPA’s Professional Standards and Certification Program policy, a maximum of four (4) credits earned per calendar year for technologically transmitted activity may be applied to meet the minimum yearly requirement set forth in Section 9.01(A). As with all credits, Section 9.01(F), requires proof of completion of technologically transmitted activity. Be sure to verify the availability of supporting documentation prior to registering for webinars.

For a list of other CLE providers, visit the KPA's Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Provider Links page.

CONFERENCE PHILANTHROPY PROJECT
THOMSON-HOOD VETERANS CENTER

Thomson-Hood Veterans Center is a 285-bed long-term care facility located in Wilmore, KY, that has served more than 2,782 veterans from all branches of the armed forces since admitting the first resident on August 25, 1991, and is the largest facility operated by the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs. The KPA is collecting monetary donations to provide supplies for the Center’s Craft Room. Donations may be made with your Registration and there will be a collection bucket at the registration table at the Conference. The KPA’s Conference donations will be presented to a representative from Thomson-Hood Veteran’s Center during our luncheon. Thank you for supporting our veterans.







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Paralegal Day Proclamation 2014

Paralegal Day Proclamation 2014

Lexington-Urban County Council
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Fayette Circuit Court

Fayette Circuit Court

Fayette County is one of the three original Kentucky counties established in 1780, twelve years before Kentucky became the fifteenth state
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Kentucky State Capital

Kentucky State Capital

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Downtown Louisville

Downtown Louisville

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