Bench & Bar

JUL 2018

The Bench & Bar magazine is published to provide members of the KBA with information that will increase their knowledge of the law, improve the practice of law, and assist in improving the quality of legal services for the citizenry.

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13 BENCH & BAR | KBA President Bill Garmer passes the gavel to incoming KBA President Douglas C. Ballantine of Louisville. Incoming KBA President Douglas C. Ballantine addresses the attendees during the 2018 KBA Annual Banquet held on June 14. KBA President Bill Garmer was presented with this plaque for his service as president during 2017- 2018 by incoming KBA President Douglas C. Ballantine . Thirteen of the KBA's past presidents attended the annual membership luncheon held June 15 at the Hyatt Regency in Lexington. Louisville attorney H. Scott Davis III receives the 2018 Bruce K. Davis Bar Service Award from KBA President Bill Garmer during the KBA Membership Luncheon. Davis chairs the KBA's Investment Committee. Marilyn S. Daniel of Versailles receives the 2018 Donated Legal Services Award from KBA President Bill Garmer during the membership luncheon for her service to the Maxwell Street Legal Clinic. Laura Landenwich of Louisville presents the Young Lawyer Division's 2018 Nathaniel R. Harper Award to Michelle Browning Coughlin of Louisville. Continuing Legal Education Commis- sion Chair Jason F. Darnall presents the Thomas B. Spain Award to Carl Frazier-Sparks of Arkansas. KBA President Bill Garmer presents Robert L. Elliott of Georgetown with a plaque recognizing him for his service as the 2018 Annual Convention Chair. KBA President Bill Garmer presented Judge Sheila R. Isaac of Lexington with a plaque recognizing her for her service as the 2018 Annual Convention Continuing Legal Educa- tion Chair. Chief Justice John D. Minton, Jr., administers the oath of office to the members of the 2018-19 KBA Board of Governors.

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