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The Volunteer Advisor program is a great way to get advice from experienced Kentucky lawyers. These attorneys are volunteers, who have agreed to answer questions submitted to them by email or telephone regarding the practice of law in Kentucky. They have agreed to provide guidance to the best of their knowledge and ability and can in no way be held liable or accountable for advice so given.

How does the Volunteer Advisor program work?

Attorneys, with five or more years of practice experience, sign up to become volunteer advisors. The experienced attorney's name and information will be added to the list of volunteer advisors made available.  New attorneys may view the Volunteer Advisors list to locate an advisor. Once found, the new attorney may then ask an advisor questions via telephone and/or email. Attorneys should be aware of the dictates of attorney-client privilege and utilize hypotheticals when appropriate.

You must be logged in to the website to view the Volunteer Advisor list. Approval to view and use the list is limited to new attorneys admitted to practice in Kentucky for five years or less.




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