Bench & Bar

JUL 2018

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| JULY/AUGUST 2018 42 • President Garmer reported that on ursday, June 14, in conjunction with the annual convention, a special CLE will be offered to train lawyers who are involved in the handling of Eric Conn cases. Garmer as well as others are encouraging lawyers to participate in this special training as the need for legal assistance is great as approximately 2,000 people have been severely af- fected by the case. • Approved the appointment of J. Tanner Watkins of Louisville as the Kentucky Delegate on the ABA House of Delegates for a two year term concluding at the end of the ABA Annual Meeting in 2020. • Approved the reappointment of Andrea P. Anderson of Bowling Green and Sarah H. Emery of Fort Wright to the Attorneys' Advertising Commission for a second three year term ending on June 30, 2021. • Approved the submission of three nominees to the Su- preme Court of Kentucky for selection of one person from each District to the CLE Commission for a three year term ending on June 30, 2021: 1 st Supreme Court District – Jason F. Darnall of Benton, Dennis R. Foust of Benton and Richard B. Vasseur of Paducah; and 6 th Supreme Court District – David B. Sloan of Coving- ton, Emily E. Walters of Florence and Ryan M. Mc- Lane of Crestview Hills. • Approved the submission of three nominees to the Su- preme Court of Kentucky for selection of one person from each district to the IOLTA Board of Trustees for a three year term ending on June 30, 2021: 3 rd Supreme Court District – Amanda L. Hill of Corbin, Brittany N. Riley of London and Wanda A. White of Albany; and 4 th Supreme Court District Benjamin W. Carter of Louisville, James R. Craig of Louisville and Rebecca A. Martin of Louisville. • Approved the reappointment of Justice Mary C. Noble, (Ret.), of Lexington and Franklin Farris, Jr., of Louis- ville, non-lawyer representative, to the Clients' Security Fund for a three year term ending on June 30, 2021. • Approved the following appointments and reappoint- ments to the Kentucky Bar Foundation for three year terms ending on June 30, 2021: 3 rd Supreme Court district – appointment of Julie R. Gillum of Somerset and Kelly K. Ridings of London; 4 th Supreme Court District – appointment of Melinda T. Sunderland of Louisville; 5 th Supreme Court District – appointment BAR NEWS Continued on the next page.

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