Bench & Bar

SEP 2018

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1 BENCH & BAR | Several inside graphics by Š VOL. 83, NO. 5 e B&B - Bench & Bar (ISSN-1521-6497) is published bi-monthly by the Kentucky Bar Association, 514 West Main Street, Frankfort, KY 40601-1812. Periodicals Post age paid at Frankfort, KY and additional mailing offices. All manuscripts for publication should be sent to the Man aging Editor. Permission is granted for reproduction with credit. Publication of any article or statement is not to be deemed an endorsement of the views expressed therein by the Kentucky Bar Association. Subscription Price: $20 per year. Members subscription is included in annual dues and is not less than 50% for the lowest subscription price paid by subscribers. For more information, call (502) 564-3795. is issue of the Kentucky Bar Association's B&B-Bench & Bar was published in the month of September. Send address changes to: B&B - Bench & Bar 514 West Main Street Frankfort, KY 40601-1812 POSTMASTER Shannon H. Roberts MANAGING EDITOR Jesi L. Ebelhar DESIGN & LAYOUT John D. Meyers PUBLISHER James P. Dady EDITOR COMMUNICATIONS & PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE James P. Dady, Chair, Bellevue Paul Alley, Florence Elizabeth M. Bass, Gallatin, Tenn. James Paul Bradford, Paducah Frances E. Catron Cadle, Lexington Anne A. Chesnut, Lexington Elizabeth A. Deener, Lexington Tamara A. Fagley, Lexington Cathy W. Franck, Crestwood Lonita Baker Gaines, Louisville William R. Garmer, Lexington P. Franklin Heaberlin, Prestonsburg Judith B. Hoge, Louisville Jessica R. C. Malloy, Louisville Eileen M. O'Brien, Lexington Sandra J. Reeves, Corbin Gerald R. Toner, Louisville Sadhna True, Lexington Zachary M. Van Vactor, Louisville Michele M. Whittington, Frankfort Contents 2 President's Page By: Douglas C. Ballantine 6 Letter to the Editor Features: Cryptocurrency 8 Bitcoin for Kentucky Lawyers: A Primer By: R. Morgan Salisbury 14 Cryptocurrency: Regulating Poetry? By: Michael Losavio, Mark Wettle, Adrian Lauf 18 Crime and Cryptocurrency By: Corinne E. Keel Columns 22 Young Lawyers Division By: Jennifer "Jenna" S. Overmann 23 University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law 2 4 Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law 25 University of Kentucky College of Law 26 Effective Legal Writing By: Jennifer Jolly-Ryan 30 Future of Law Practice By: Stephen E. Embry Bar News 35 Casemaker Writing Competition 36 Ethics Opinion E-446 4 2 Order Amending Rules of Civil Procedure (CR) and Rules of Criminal Procedure (RCr) Departments 4 4 Kentucky Lawyer Assistance Program 4 8 Kentucky Bar Foundation 50 Continuing Legal Education 56 Who, What, When and Where This article has been placed on the KBA website under the Hot Topics page. A Little Party Never Killed Anybody: How Courts Should Abandon Partisan Gerrymandering Claims to Allow a Political Solution B Y C O R E Y T H O M A S 2 0 1 8 K B A S T U D E N T W R I T I N G C O M P E T I T I O N W I N N E R Bench & Bar

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