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2019 KBA Annual Convention



Each year, the Kentucky Bar Association’s Annual Convention Planning Committee identifies a public service project aimed at improving the lives of Kentuckians, with an emphasis often placed on those living within the host city. This year the committee selected The Reily Reentry Project.

The Reily Reentry Project is an expungement service program that facilitates the expungement process and covers most, if-not-all, related fees at no expense. In exchange, participants are asked to enroll in any Louisville Urban League program that will equip them with the tools they need to live productive lives.

The Reily Reentry Project will also have an exhibitor table during the convention. In addition to the booth, a CLE program will be held on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, from 2:25-3:25pm in the Carroll-Ford Room, entitled, “Criminal Justice Reform and Community Development.”

As you submit your registrations for our convention, please consider donating $10 to this organization or stop by the CLE information booth or their exhibitor booth for more information on this program.

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