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Pursuant to Order 2020-49 issued by the Kentucky Supreme Court on June 8, 2020, the Kentucky Bar Association’s annual Kentucky Law Update moved to on demand format for the 2020 program series.


The program is available from September 1 through December 31, 2020 at no charge to KBA members in good standing. The program will be available to non-members and members not in good standing for $350. The program is accredited for 17.75 CLE credits, including up to 5 ethics. Beginning January 1, 2021, the program will remain available in 1-3 hour blocks for a fee.


  Information for Registrants


Agenda (PDF)
CLE Credit Counter (PDF)
CLE Reporting Directions (PDF)
Speaker Biographies (PDF)
Out of State Accreditation Information


Please direct all inquiries to Program Coordinator Ema Haines,

The Supreme Court of Kentucky established the Kentucky Law Update Program as an element of the minimum continuing legal education requirement for Kentucky attorneys in 1984. Each fall the Kentucky Bar Association presents the program in 9 locations around the Commonwealth – at least one in each Supreme Court district. This program offers every Kentucky attorney the opportunity to meet the 12.0 CLE credit requirement, including the 2.0 ethics credits – close to home and at no cost. Judges can also earn continuing judicial education credits at the Kentucky Law Update.


This program was designed as a service to all Kentucky attorneys, regardless of level of experience. This service is supported by membership dues and is, therefore, each member's program. The program is a survey of current issues, court decisions, ethical opinions, legislative and rule changes, and other legal topics of general interest that are faced by the Kentucky practitioner on a daily basis. As such, the program serves both the general practitioner and the practitioner who limits his or her practice to a particular area of the law. The Kentucky Law Update program is not intended to be an in-depth analysis of a particular topic. It is designed to alert the lawyers of Kentucky to changes in the law and rules of practice that impact the daily practice of law.

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