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SEP 2018

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| SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018 48 LESLIE W. ABRAMSON is a professor of law at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. He completed his undergrad- uate degree at the University of Michigan, law school at Cornell University, and his LL.M. and S.J.D. at the University of Wisconsin. He was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1971. Professor Abramson is a Life Fellow. SUSAN L. ANDREWS of Lexington prac- tices dispute resolution as Andrews Dispute Resolution. A graduate of Mount St. Mary's College and South- western University College of Law, she was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 2016. Ms. Andrews is a Life Fellow. DARRIN W. BANKS of Paintsville practices law with the law firm of Porter, Banks, Baldwin & Shaw, PLLC. A graduate of the Univer- sity of Kentucky and the University of Kentucky College of Law, he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1993. J. KIRK CLARKE practices law in Maysville with the law firm of Clarke and Clarke. A graduate of Centre College and the University of Kentucky College of Law, he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1973. Mr. Clarke is a Life Fellow. ELIZABETH A. COMBS practices law with the law firm of Wilkes & McHugh in Lexington. A graduate of Transylvania University and the University of Ken- tucky College of Law, she was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 2015. COLIN CRAWFORD is the dean of the Uni- versity of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. A graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, he was previ- ously tenured at Tulane University Law School and Georgia State University College of Law. M. CHRISTOPHER DAVIS of Louisville serves as an administrative law judge with the Department of Workers' Claims. A graduate of the University of Kentucky and the University of Kentucky College of Law, he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1998. ASHLEY WITTE DAWSON practices law with the Cincinnati law firm of Bliele & Dawson. A graduate of Morehead State University and the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, she was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 2010. Ms. Dawson is a Life Fellow. J. HADDEN DEAN of Danville practices law with Sheehan, Barnett, Dean, Penning- ton, Little & Dexter, P.S.C. A graduate of the University of Louisville and the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1994. Mr. Dean currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Bar Foundation. T he Kentucky Bar Foundation (KBF) is proud to welcome 20 new Fellows from across the Commonwealth. e Fellows Program recognizes attorneys who have shown support for the KBF's mission through their success in the practice of law and their generosity in contributing to the KBF. The Kentucky Foundation Welcomes New Fellows KENTUCKY BAR FOUNDATION

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