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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45 BENCH & BAR | M E M B E R S H I P D U E S P AY Y O U R K B A M E M B E R S H I P D U E S O N L I N E ! The membership cycle runs July 1 - June 30 of each year. Payments are due this year on or before September 1, 2018. After that date, a late fee payment of $50 will be assessed. A notice of delinquency will be mailed after October 15 with an additional cost of $50 if dues are still unpaid. We hope you enjoy this online service! If you have questions, please contact the KBA Membership Department at (502) 564-3795. Kentucky Bar Association members are able to quickly and conveniently pay their 2018-19 membership dues online with a debit or credit card. Visit www.kybar.org/membership to access the bar dues payment link. An administrative fee will be assessed. KERRY D. SMITH of Paducah, right, was recognized for his service to the KBA's Attorneys' Advertising Commission (AAC) from 2012-18 and as AAC Chair from 2015-18 during the AAC's June 22nd annual meeting. Making the presentation was Steven Pulliam, deputy bar counsel, on the left. Joy Anna Anderson Estill Banks Frances Catron Cadle George Cox Harry Dadds Jon Fannin Josh Hicks John E. Hinkel II Michael Hurter James Kruer Craig McCloud Joseph McGee Steve Olshewsky Joe Passalacqua Marcus Roland Erin Sammons Kif Skidmore Mary Tate David Treacy Raven Turner Delores Baker Judge Jerry Bowles Shea Conley Judge Roger Crittenden (Ret.) Jackie Duncan Professor Bill Fortune Meg Hicks Robert Houlihan Fred Irtz Daniel Mack Scotty McFarlan Kim O'Donnell David Owen Tracy Pollard Steve Rouse Alex Scutchfield Rebecca Simpson Jennifer Todd Mike Troop Solomon Van Meter The Alternative Dispute Resolution Section recognizes and appreciates the lawyer/mediators who have provided volunteer mediator services to their communities and Kentucky courts. BAR NEWS

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