Bench & Bar

SEP 2018

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35 BENCH & BAR | Congratulations to Corey omas, the winning author of the 2018 Kentucky Bar Association Student Writing Competition. His article, "A Little Party Never Killed Anybody: How Courts Should Abandon Partisan Gerrymandering Claims to Allow a Politi- cal Solution" was selected as the first place entry by members of the student writing competition judging panel. omas is a lifelong resident of Spencer County, Ky., and a 3L at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. At Brandeis he serves as the Student Bar Association's executive vice presi- dent, the Honor Council chair, and associate symposium editor of the University of Louisville Law Review. omas graduated from the Univer- sity of Louisville in 2016, magna cum laude, with a major in political science and minors in economics and history. To read his winning entry, visit: Casemaker and the Kentucky Bar Association invite and encour- age members who use Casemaker to enter the 2018 "WHY I LOVE CASEMAKER" WRITING COMPETITION. is competition offers members the opportunity to tell other members why they love Casemaker. e top WINNING ENTRY as selected by Casemaker's independent panel of judges will be FEATURED in the January/ February 2018 issue of the KENTUCKY BENCH & BAR MAGAZINE , and the WINNER WILL ALSO RECEIVE A FREE IPAD MINI! To be eligible, you must be a member of the Kentucky Bar Associ- ation in good standing. One entry per person. Entries should not exceed 1,000 words and should be submitted in Microsoft Word format. ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY NOVEMBER 1, 2018. 2018 "Why I Love Casemaker" Writing Competition For more information or to submit your entry, visit COREY THOMAS NAMED WINNING AUTHOR OF THE 2018 KBA STUDENT WRITING COMPETITION HANK JONES Insurance & Personal Injury Mediation PAT MOLONEY Healthcare, Nursing Home & Medical Malpractice Mediation STEVE BARKER Employment, Business & Domestic Relations Disputes Mediation The Sturgill Turner Mediation Center is equipped with experienced, AOC certified mediators and superior conference facilities, allowing us to provide prompt, quality mediation services. Located in Lexington and available for mediations statewide. Learn more about mediators Hank Jones, Pat Moloney and Steve Barker at STURGILLTURNERMEDIATIONCENTER.COM. When you need to settle your case, don't settle on your mediator ♦

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