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SEP 2018

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| SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018 32 s u m m a r y o f m i n u t e s k b a BOARD OF GOVERNORS M E E T I N G • J U N E 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 In Regular Session, the Board of Governors conducted the fol- lowing business: • Heard a status report from the KYLAP Task Force and Task Force on Judicial Evaluations. • Young Lawyers Division (YLD) Chair Eric Weihe announced the Why Choose Law Diversity Pipeline Program will take place on ursday and Friday of Convention week at UK. Weihe reported that the program aims to encourage high school juniors and seniors from diverse backgrounds to become interest- ed in studying law. Weihe reported that YLD is spon- soring 10 programs at the annual convention and en- couraged all board members to attend their annual luncheon scheduled on ursday, June 14, at Noon. Fastest smartest malpractice insurance. Period. 800.906.9654 GilsbarPRO.com T he Board of Governors met on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Officers and Bar Governors in attendance were, President W. Garmer; President-Elect D. Ballantine, Vice President S. Smith, Immediate Past President M. Sullivan and Young Lawyers Division Chair E. Weihe. Bar Governors 1 st District – F. Schrock, V. Sims; 2 nd District – J. Meyer, T. Kerrick; 3 rd District – M. Dalton, H. Mann; 4 th District – A. Cubbage, B. Simpson; 5 th District – M. Barfield, E. O'Brien; 6 th District – G. Sergent, T. McMurtry; and 7 th District – R. Blackburn, J. Vincent. Also present was incoming Young Lawyers Division Chair-Elect J. Overmann and Bar Governor 2 nd District M. Cook. In Executive Session, the Board considered five (5) default disci- plinary cases, involving two attorneys. Judy McBrayer Campbell of Frankfort, Mike Cherry of Princeton and Dottye Moore Eliza- bethtown, non-lawyer members serving on the Board pursuant to SCR 3.375, participated in the deliberations. BAR NEWS

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