Bench & Bar

SEP 2018

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49 BENCH & BAR | THOMAS N. KERRICK practices law in Bowl- ing Green with the law firm of Kerrick Bachert, PSC. A graduate of the Uni- versity of Kentucky and the University of Kentucky College of Law, he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1980. He currently serves as Vice President of the Kentucky Bar Association. Mr. Kerrick is a Life Fellow. JEREMY KIRKHAM practices law in Louis- ville with the law firm of Jeremy Kirkham, Attorney At Law, PLLC. A graduate of George Washington University and the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 2007. Mr. Kirkham is a Life Fellow. KATHRYN L. MOORE is a professor of law at the University of Kentucky College of Law. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan and law school at Cornell University. She was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1999. ERNEST M. PITT, JR. practices law in Ash- land with the law firm of Holbrook & Pitt, LLLP. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, law school at the University of Memphis, and his LL.M. at the Uni- versity of London. He was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1977. Mr. Pitt is a Life Fellow. WILLIAM T. RATLIFF practices law in Lexington with the law firm of Baird & Baird, P.S.C. A graduate of the University of Kentucky and the University of Kentucky College of Law, he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 2017. Mr. Ratliff is a Life Fellow. JEFFREY L. SCHUMACHER of Maysville is a district judge for the 19th Judicial District. A graduate of the University of Kentucky and the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, he was admitted to the Ken- tucky Bar in 1992. ALEC G. STONE practices law in Brandenburg with Stone Law Office, PLLC. A graduate of the University of Kentucky and the University of Kentucky College of Law, he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1968. Mr. Stone is a Life Fellow. Thanks to the support and generosity of these and hundreds of other KBF Fellows, the Kentucky Bar Foundation is able to award significant annual grants to support law-related nonprofit programs and projects throughout the Commonwealth. We are actively seeking new Fellows. Please visit www.kybarfoundation.org/donate/fellow or contact the Kentucky Bar Foundation at (800) 874-6582 to see how you can become a Fellow. MELINDA T. SUNDERLAND practices law in Louisville with Morgan & Pottinger, P.S.C. A graduate of Transylvania Uni- versity and the University of Kentucky College of Law, she was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 2003. Ms. Sunderland previously served as the Chair of the Ken- tucky IOLTA Fund Board of Trustees and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Bar Foundation. LUCY A. VANMETER practices law with Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC in Lexing- ton. A graduate of DePauw University and the University of Kentucky College of Law, she was admitted to the Ken- tucky Bar in 2001. Ms. VanMeter is a Life Fellow. H. DOUGLAS WILLEN practices law with Cotthoff & Willen, Attorneys at Law in Hopkinsville. A graduate of the Univer- sity of Evansville and the University of Kentucky College of Law, he was admit- ted to the Kentucky Bar in 1985. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Bar Foundation. Mr. Willen is a Life Fellow. CHAPPELL R. WILSON of Cadiz is a retired judge who served for 21 years as a district judge in the 56th Judicial District. A graduate of the University of Kentucky and the University of Kentucky College of Law, he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1968. Judge Wilson is a Life Fellow.

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