In this issue:
W. Douglas Myers
Thomas L. Rouse
William E. Johnson
Margaret E. Keane
Jacqueline S. Wright, Chair
John D. Meyers
Board of Governors
Serieta G. Jaggers
Thomas N. Kerrick
R. Michael Sullivan
Richard W. Hay
M. Gail Wilson
Douglas C. Ballantine
Anita M. Britton
William R. Garmer
David V. Kramer
J. Stephen Smith
Earl M. McGuire
REGISTER FOR THE KBA ANNUAL CONVENTION BY MAY 15 AND SAVE $100 OFF ON-SITE REGISTRATION FEE
Online registration is now available for the Kentucky Bar Association’s Annual Convention, June 19-21, at the Galt House Hotel & Suites in historic downtown Louisville. Register for the Annual Convention by Wednesday, May 15, and receive $100 off the on-site registration fee. (Please note: The discount does not apply to the law student/paralegal or one day/half-day attendance fees.) Register and pay online now with your debit or credit card by visiting www.kybar.org/585.
The KBA Annual Convention provides exceptional programming at a great value with more than 60 top-notch CLE Programs providing up to 20.5 CLE credits, including 7.0 in ethics.
The convention will feature famed litigators David Boies and Theodore B. Olson on Wednesday, June 19; national legal analyst and author Jeffrey Toobin on Thursday, June 20; and an in-depth panel discussion -- "The Hatfields and McCoys: From Filing Suits to Firing Shots" -- on Friday, June 21. For more information on featured CLE speakers, visit www.kybar.org/578.
THANK YOU TO OUR KBA ANNUAL CONVENTION SPONSORS FOR 2013!
Platinum Gavel Sponsors
- Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company of Kentucky (LMICK) and the National Insurance Agency (NIA) are underwriting all convention activities in their capacity as "Platinum Gavel Sponsors" for the event.
Gold Gavel Sponsors
- Stites & Harbison PLLC is underwriting the Annual Convention Kickoff, 5:15-7:15 p.m., Wednesday, June 19, at Actors Theatre, 316 W. Main Street.
- Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC is underwriting the Theodore Olson & David Boies presentation, “Views from the Front Lines: The Current State of the Justice System and Notable Supreme Court Decisions and Developments,” on Wednesday, June 19.
- The KBA Criminal Law Section is underwriting “The Gideon Decision: Constitutional Mandate or Empty Promise? Does the 50th Anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court Decision Deserve a Celebration?” on Wednesday, June 19.
- GE Home & Business Solutions and Wyatt Tarrant & Combs LLP are underwriting national legal analyst and author Jeffrey Toobin’s appearance on Thursday, June 20.
- Dinsmore & Shohl is hosting the Bench & Bar Reception, 5:00-6:15 p.m., Thursday, June 20, in the Grand Ballroom Foyer, Suite Tower.
Silver Gavel Sponsor
- Middleton Reutlinger is underwriting an afternoon “Specialty Break” on Wednesday, June 19.
VISIT LAWYERS MUTUAL DURING THE KBA ANNUAL CONVENTION
Take a step in the direction of the Lawyers Mutual Booth (41 and 42) at the KBA Convention where you will receive a complimentary shoe shine. While there, ask our team any questions you have about professional liability insurance and risk management; they will be happy to see and assist you.
Don’t forget to bring a pair of shoes to be shined to convention. Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company of Kentucky (LMICK) will offer complimentary shoe shines at their booth (41 and 42).
What: FREE SHOE SHINE!
When: KBA Annual Convention
Where: Lawyers Mutual Booth (41 and 42)
2013 OUTSTANDING AWARD RECIPIENTS TO BE ANNOUNCED AT KBA ANNUAL CONVENTION
The Kentucky Bar Association will honor several distinguished members with annual awards during the KBA Annual Convention in Louisville. The Thomas B. Spain Award will be presented to Joe Savage of Lexington prior to featured CLE speaker Jeffrey Toobin’s presentation at 1:40 p.m., on Thursday, June 20, in the Grand Ballroom of the Galt House’s Suite Tower.
During the Annual Banquet beginning at 6:30 p.m., Thursday evening, Judge John G. Heyburn II of Louisville will receive the Distinguished Judge Award; John M. Rosenberg of Prestonsburg will receive the Distinguished Lawyer Award; and Maria Klyza of Paris will receive the Chief Justice’s Special Service Award. The Annual Banquet will be held in the Grand Ballroom of the Galt House’s Suite Tower.
During the Membership Luncheon beginning noon, Friday, June 21, Brent Baughman of Louisville will receive the Bruce K. Davis Bar Service Award; Linda A. Smith of Frankfort will receive the Donated Legal Services Award and Drusilla V. Bakert of Lexington will receive the Nathanial R. Harper Award. The Membership Luncheon will be held in the Archibald Ballroom of the Galt House’s Rivue Tower.
Congratulations to all of the 2013 award recipients!
SENIOR COUNSELORS TO BE HONORED FOR THEIR SERVICE
The Kentucky Bar Association will honor 91 members with Senior Counselor status during a reception planned in their honor on Friday, June 21, during the 2013 Annual Convention. To access a list of this year’s honorees, click here.
KBA MEMORIAL SERVICE MOVES TO NEW DAY
The Kentucky Bar Association will celebrate the lives and legacies of those KBA members who have passed since June 1, 2012, during its 22nd annual Memorial Service planned for 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 18, at the Cathedral of the Assumption, 433 South Fifth Street, Louisville. A list of members to be remembered can be accessed by clicking here. Shown are memoriams at the date of publication.
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|NEW MEMBER SWEARING-IN CEREMONY HELD ON LAW DAY, MAY 1|
A swearing-in ceremony for 120 new attorneys was held Wednesday, May 1, as a part of the Supreme Court of Kentucky's Law Day ceremony in the House of Representatives' chamber of the state Capitol in Frankfort. Chief Justice John D. Minton, Jr., opened a special court session followed by a keynote address offered by House Speaker Gregory D. “Greg” Stumbo of Prestonsburg, who received the Liberty Bell Award recognizing more than 33 years in public service as a lawyer, legislator and state Attorney General. Following Stumbo’s remarks, Susan Stokley Clary, Clerk of the Supreme Court, administered the Constitutional oath to the new attorneys, and KBA President Doug Myers introduced each new attorney individually as they received their certificates of admission from Chief Justice Minton. A reception sponsored by the KBA followed the ceremony on the second floor of the Capitol. Congratulations to our newest KBA members!
|William Quinn Cowan of Midway accepts his certification of admission to the Kentucky Bar from Chief Justice John D. Minton, Jr.
||KBA President Doug Myers of Hopkinsville makes a motion to accept the new attorneys into the Kentucky Bar as Chief Justice Minton looks on. (Photo by Ky. Office of Creative Services.) |
|KBA President-elect Tom Rouse of Erlanger visits with Kentucky Public Advocate Ed Monahan prior to swearing in ceremonies.
||New attorney Darren Ford of Cincinnati celebrates with his wife, Elizabeth, and daughter, Pilar. |
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|PROFESSOR BILL FORTUNE TO BE HONORED AT RETIREMENT PARTY |
The University of Kentucky College of Law Alumni Association will host a celebration honoring Professor Bill Fortune and the service of retired Hall of Fame professors, 6-9 p.m., Friday, May 10, at the University of Kentucky’s Hilary J. Boone Center, 500 Rose Street, Lexington. All proceeds, after payment of expenses, will benefit the Paul C. VanBooven Fellowship Endowment Fund at the University of Kentucky College of Law. The cost is $75 a person. The event will feature heavy hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar and a silent auction. Business attire is suggested. Register now by clicking here.
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|ENTRIES SOUGHT FOR KBA ANNUAL LAW DAY AWARDS COMPETITION |
Local bar associations are encouraged to participate in the Kentucky Bar Association’s Annual Law Day Awards Competition. The deadline for entries is Monday, May 20. The KBA Law Day Committee is awarding $300 to the first place winner in each of the three bar categories. Representatives from the winning associations also will be honored at the KBA Membership Luncheon which will be held Friday, June 21, during the KBA Annual Convention at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville. To access the entry form to the KBA’s Annual Law Day Awards Competition, click here.
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|VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION TO KLEO ADDED TO KBA DUES STATEMENT |
Help change the face of justice in Kentucky by making a voluntary contribution on your next bar dues statement to the Kentucky Legal Education Opportunity (KLEO) program!
Beginning with the 2013-14 dues statement, KBA members will have an opportunity to contribute $5 or more to support KLEO and its Summer Institute. KLEO seeks to increase the number of historically under-represented students in Kentucky’s public law schools by providing stipends toward the cost of legal education for five first-year law students at the University of Kentucky College of Law; the University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law and Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law.
To be eligible for the KLEO stipend, each new KLEO scholar must attend the Summer Institute, a two-week residential program and the UK College of Law designed to prepare students for the rigors of law school.
During its March meeting, the KBA Board of Governors approved the addition of the voluntary contribution to the KBA dues statement as a way of creating a “permanent, identifiable and reliable source of funding each year” to maintain the Summer Institute which has suffered from budget cutbacks. The resolution states that the Summer Institute “is an important way to combat the growing disparity between diversity in Kentucky’s legal profession and the community the profession serves.”
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|ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS BRANCH TO SPONSOR TRAINING ON JUNE 21|
The Office of the Attorney General, Administrative Hearings Branch, will sponsor a one-day training seminar on Friday, June 21, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History Center, 100 West Broadway, in downtown Frankfort. This training is approved for 6.5 hours of educational qualifications for hearing officers and other participants as required by KRS 13B.030(4) and 40 KAR 5:010. Credit for CLE accreditation is pending before the Kentucky Bar Association for 6.5 hours, which includes 3.0 hours of Ethics credit.
The registration fee of $125 per person includes a catered lunch. Space is limited. The deadline to register is Monday, June 3. The late registration fee after June 3 is $150. The registration form is posted on the Office of the Attorney General website at www.ag.ky.gov. For more information, e-mail email@example.com.
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|AOC TO PROVIDE DEMONSTRATIONS AND ANSWER QUESTIONS ON COURTNET 2.0 DURING KBA CONVENTION|
During the upcoming 2013 Annual Convention in Louisville, staff members with the Administrative Office of the Courts will provide demonstrations and answer questions regarding CourtNet 2.0, a completely overhauled application to replace the existing CourtNet KBA. CourtNet 2.0 provides real-time, online access to Kentucky civil and criminal cases and is a huge leap from what CourtNet KBA offers now. The AOC CourtNet 2.0 booth will be located in the concourse near the entrance to the Grand Ballroom in the Suite Tower at the Galt House Hotel & Suites on Wednesday through Thursday, June 19-20.
“CourtNet 2.0 represents a technological milestone for the practice of law in Kentucky,” Chief Justice of Kentucky John D. Minton, Jr., said. “We believe longtime users of CourtNet KBA will benefit from the application’s features and new users will find CourtNet 2.0 to be an indispensable tool.”
The AOC based many of the improvements on feedback from a group of attorneys who tested CourtNet 2.0 during a KBA pilot project. In addition to being intuitive and easy to use, CourtNet 2.0 offers:
For information on how to subscribe to CourtNet 2.0, click here.
- Consolidated, detailed case information
- Active and closed cases
- Citation images
- Visual flags for warrants, summonses and failure to appear
- Search results grouping for quick reference
- Case cart
- Ability to re-execute last 10 searches
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Real Property Law Section West Liberty Tornado Relief Effort
On Saturday, May 18, Real Property Law Section members are teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to help with tornado relief efforts in West Liberty in Morgan County. Section members will be assisting with tasks such as siding, roofing, painting and flooring work, as well as the installation of windows, lights and fixtures. The Real Property Law Section will also present a $500 donation to Habitat for Humanity. Participants leaving from the Louisville area will meet up at the parking lot of Agency Title, located at 6500 Glenridge Park Place in Louisville (just behind Austin's Restaurant on Highway 42) and depart at 8:15 a.m. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to Ben Straus, Real Property Law Section Community Service Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate or have any questions.
Workers' Compensation Law Section Annual Meeting, June 6
The Workers' Compensation Law Section Annual Meeting will be held at 5:10 p.m., on Thursday, June 6, in conjunction with the 22nd Annual CompEd Workers Compensation Seminar. The meeting will be held in the Archibald Cochran Ballroom at the Galt House Hotel & Suites in Louisville. Officers will be elected for the 2013-2014 bar year and upcoming activities will be planned by the attending members. This meeting is free for all section members, and you do not have to be registered for the CompEd seminar to attend. If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Lori Alvey at email@example.com no later than Monday, June 3.
22nd Annual CompEd Workers Compensation Seminar, June 6-7
The 22nd Annual Workers Compensation Seminar sponsored by CompEd and the KBA Workers' Compensation Law Section will be held at the Galt House Hotel & Suites in Louisville, Thursday and Friday, June 6-7. The program has been approved in Kentucky for 12.50 CLE credits including 2.00 ethics credits. The program agenda and registration form will be available on the CompEd website beginning April 1.
Senior Lawyers Section Annual Meeting DATE CHANGE
The Senior Lawyers Section annual meeting will now be held from 5:00-6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 18, in the Brown meeting room on the second level of the Galt House Suite Tower. Pre-registration for this meeting is required. All attendees should register using the Annual Convention registration form. Please note that this meeting date change will not be reflected on the copy of the registration form contained in the Annual Convention brochure.
Annual Section Meetings, June 18-20
The full list of annual section meetings being held June 18-20 at the Galt House Hotel & Suites in conjunction with the 2013 KBA Annual Convention is available online. Pre-registration is required for all section meetings using the Annual Convention registration form. Annual section meetings are only open to current dues paying section members. Anyone registering for a section meeting who does not belong to that section will not be signed up to attend the meeting. To view your current section memberships, log into the KBA website and use the Lawyer Locator to view your membership information. All questions concerning Annual Convention registration should be directed to the KBA Membership Department at (502) 564-3795.
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|FREE WEBINAR TO ADDRESS “HOW TO HANDLE YOUR FIRST PRO BONO CASE”|
A free webinar discussing “How to Handle Your First Pro Bono Case” will be offered at 12 p.m., ET, (9 a.m., PT), Wednesday, May 29, by accessing the website listed here. The program is designed to give attorneys a strong overview of the world of pro bono and how it can enrich and advance professional development. The class is approved in Kentucky for 3.00 CLE credits.
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|KENTUCKY BAR FOUNDATION APPRECIATES SUPPORT OF FELLOWS, MAJOR GIFT DONORS, AND PATRONS|
During the past 10 years, the Kentucky Bar Foundation has awarded $1,492,959 to fund law-related grants to help support deserving programs and projects throughout the Commonwealth. This has been possible due to the funds raised by the bar foundation under its Fellows, Major Gift and Patrons programs and through donated royalties. To date, the bar foundation has enrolled 936 Fellows, 79 major gift donors and 64 Patrons. The significant increase in the total grants awarded during these past years would not have been possible without the generosity of the many lawyers, judges and law firms who have financially supported the Bar Foundation. The bar foundation appreciates all of the support it has received, and will continue to be an organization doing good works on behalf of the legal community.
To find out more about how you can contribute to the future success of the Bar Foundation, please contact the Kentucky Bar Foundation’s Executive Director, Todd S. Horstmeyer at (800) 874-6582 (KY) or (502) 564-3795. For a list of the 2012 grants, click here.
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|EARLY REGISTRATION AVAILABLE FOR UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION TO HOST GOLF SCRAMBLE|
The University of Louisville Student Bar Association will present the Andrew Young Memorial Golf Scramble on Tuesday, October 1, at Fuzzy Zoeller’s Covered Bridge Golf Course in Sellersburg, Ind. This four-man, best-ball golf scramble will begin at noon with registration, lunch and practice. A 1 p.m., shotgun shot is guaranteed if more than 100 golfers register for the event.
Early registration is $500, May-July; and $600, August-September. The registration cost includes golf, range balls, lunch, dinner and a goody bag. Prizes include low round; longest drive; closest to the pin and hole-in-one. All proceeds will benefit students through an immediate-use fund available at the discretion of the student bar association. (Short and long term projects will be discussed.) For more information and to enter, contact J. Brandon Johnson at (270) 993-9537 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For in-kind donations, contact Wendy Helterbrand at email@example.com.
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KBA MEMBER SERVICES SPOTLIGHT: KENTUCKY LEGAL DIRECTORY
Visit the KBA's new Member Services webpage for special savings and benefits from a growing list of products and services. This month's featured service is the Kentucky Legal Directory.
The Kentucky Legal Directory, published by Legal Directories Publishing Company, Inc., is recognized as the official directory of the Kentucky Bar Association. The directory dedicates itself to not only providing value-added primary and secondary legal information in all specialty practice areas and jurisdictions, but also delivering that value-added information in the medium best suited to our customers' needs. The Kentucky “Blue Book” offers you a federal section, state section, court section, professional associations, county map and county/city list, roster Section, biographical section, classified section.
For more information, call (214) 321-3238 or visit http://www.legaldirectories.com/KentuckyLegalDirectory.aspx. To review other KBA Member Services, click here.
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|COMING SOON! OPT OUT OF RECEIVING PAPER DUES STATEMENTS|
The KBA soon will provide its members with an option to opt out of receiving their paper dues statement, providing more convenience while reducing costs and paper usage. Stay tuned for more details!
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|KYLAP TO PARTNER WITH LMICK FOR ETHICS PROGRAM|
The Kentucky Lawyers Assistance Program (KYLAP) is proud to announce a partnership with Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company of Kentucky (LMICK) to provide three hours of free ethics (pending CLE approval) at two locations this spring. A working lunch will be provided. The scheduled programs are:
Paducah: Thursday, May 30, at The Carson Center, 100 Kentucky Avenue;
Pikeville: Friday, May 31, at the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center, 126 Main Street.
To access agenda for Paducah, click here. To access the agenda for Pikeville, click here. Please RSVP to Nancy Meyers at Meyers@lmick.com or call 502-568-6100 with your name, firm, event date, and your choice of vegetarian or regular boxed lunch.
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CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION
2013 NEW LAWYERS PROGRAM
The KBA’s next New Lawyer Program – scheduled for June 19-20 – will be held in conjunction with the 2013 KBA Annual Convention (June 19-21) at the Galt House Hotel. All newly admitted members of the Kentucky Bar Association are required to complete the New Lawyer Program within 12 months of admission, unless they have practiced in another jurisdiction for a minimum of five years and apply for an exemption. This will be the final offering of the program in the 2013 calendar year.
The New Lawyer Program is offered free of charge for attorneys seeking to fulfill their New Lawyer Program requirements, pursuant to SCR 3.652.
Details on the June New Lawyer Program, as well as information on how to register, are posted on the KBA website under CLE – New Lawyer Program. For questions about the program or your completion deadline, contact Jennifer Keitz at 502-564-3795, ext. 226, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
KBA VIDEO REPLAY OPPORTUNITIES
There are two opportunities to attend this year’s KBA Video Replay:
Featured videos include sessions from the 2012 Kentucky Law Update and the 2012 KBA Annual Convention. This is a great chance to earn up to 7.0 “LIVE” CLE credits including up to 3.0 ethics credits before the end of the educational year. To view the program agenda and registration information, click here.
- Thursday, June 27
- Friday, June 28
For questions or additional information, contact Jennifer Keitz at (502) 564-3795 ext. 226 or email@example.com.
CLE DEADLINES - DRAWING NEAR
The deadline to complete the annual CLE requirement for the 2012-2013 educational year is Sunday, June 30, 2013. Pursuant to the applicable Kentucky Supreme Court Rules, you must have a total of 12.5 CLE credits including 2.0 Ethics credits to meet the annual requirement. For more detailed CLE information visit the online CLE FAQ Sheet.
The deadline to report your CLE credit is August 10, 2013 for the 2012-2013 educational year.
Click here to check your CLE record online.
THE 2013 KBA DVD PROGRAM CATALOG IS HERE
Need just a few CLE credits before the June 30 deadline? The latest edition of the KBA DVD Program Catalog is now available and features recorded sessions from previous Kentucky Law Update and Annual Convention programs. The catalog includes individual DVDs and packaged sets which are a great way to get those remaining CLE credits.
Note: DVDs are technological programs. A maximum of six (6.0) technological CLE credits may be applied to your record for any given educational year.
To view the current catalog and order form visit www.kybar.org/639. Payment by check or money order must accompany all orders. Please allow at least one week for the processing of your order once it is received.
If you have any questions or need additional information about KBA DVD programs or other technological programs available, contact Ben Swartz at (502) 564-3795 ext. 270 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TELESEMINARS FOR MAY FEATURING LAST CHANCE ETHICS
Don’t want to travel for “LIVE” CLE credits? Are you short just one or two ethics credits? The KBA provides a weekly series of live teleseminars that are as nearby and convenient as your office or home phone. Here are some upcoming May programs featuring ethics.
Wednesday, May 8 at 1:00 p.m. ET
Ethics and the Use of Metadata in Litigation and Law Practice | 1.0 ethics credit
Thursday, May 9 at 1:00 p.m. ET
LIVE REPLAY: 2013 Ethics Update, Part 1 | 1.0 ethics credit
Friday, May 10 at 1:00 p.m. ET
LIVE REPLAY: 2013 Ethics Update, Part 2 | 1.0 ethics credit
Wednesday, May 15 at 1:00 p.m. ET
LIVE REPLAY: Ethics in Negotiations | 1.0 ethics credit
Thursday, May 16 at 1:00 p.m. ET
Attorney Ethics in Adding Lawyers to a Firm | 1.0 ethics credit
Friday, May 17 at 1:00 p.m. ET
LIVE REPLAY: Ethics and Tribunals: Attorney Duties When Communicating With the Courts and Governmental Agencies | 1.0 ethics credit
These are just a few of the many teleseminars offered in May. For the full catalog, visit http://ky.webcredenza.com.
For questions about teleseminars and the schedule, please contact Kim at email@example.com or (720) 879-4142.
2013 KENTUCKY LAW UPDATE
Once again, the KBA will offer its popular Kentucky Law Update in nine locations across the Commonwealth this fall. The dates and locations are posted on the KBA website under CLE - Kentucky Law Update.
Program brochures will be mailed out to all KBA members in late May and program registration will be available shortly thereafter. To check your official address on record with the KBA, login and look yourself up on the website using Lawyer Locator under the Membership Menu. The address listed is the one used for mail notifications. If you want to change your address on record, you may use the online address change/update form or fill out and mail/fax a copy of the request for address change/update form as indicated.
The KLU program series is an exceptional benefit of KBA membership. Note: Kentucky is the only mandatory CLE state that provides its members a way of meeting the annual CLE requirement at no additional cost. For more information about the KLU program, visit www.kybar.org/186 or contact Ben Swartz at firstname.lastname@example.org or (502) 564-3795, ext. 270
KBA ONLINE PROGRAMS - CLE ANYTIME, ANYWHERE
The KBA Online Catalog offers a great way to take CLE whenever and wherever you have access to the internet! Seminars featuring our highest rated speakers are delivered right to your desktop in streaming audio and video formats.
Click here for the latest program additions and ordering information. The catalog also features audio programs you can download directly to your iPod/mp3 player, for playback at your convenience.
Note: Online video and downloaded audio seminars are technological programs, of which you are allowed up to 6.0 CLE credits per educational year.
For questions or additional information, contact Ben Swartz at (502) 564-3795 ext. 270 or email@example.com.
TAKE THE PAPER OUT OF "PAPER WORK"
This year, join many other KBA members and sign up today to have your CLE notifications sent to your e-mail address of record. This action will help eliminate excess paper, create a convenient electronic record for your files, and save the association thousands of dollars allocated to mailing CLE notifications to KBA members.
Just e-mail us a brief note at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating “I grant the KBA permission to e-mail my CLE notifications to me.” If you have already allowed this procedure to authorize us to send CLE notifications via email, you do not need to do it again.
To check your e-mail address on record with the KBA, login and look yourself up on the website using Lawyer Locator under the Membership Menu. The e-mail address listed is the one used for your CLE notifications. If you want to change your e-mail address on record, fill out the online address form by clicking the box marked “Request for Address Change.”
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