Bench & Bar

SEP 2016

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| SEPTEMBER /OCTOBER 2016 56 A t its heart, the Kentucky Bar Foundation is about attorneys and judges helping others. To celebrate the longstanding tradition of service among members of the Kentucky Bar, the Kentucky Bar Foundation is proud to spotlight these attorneys "doing good" in their communities! For more information about the Foundation and its charitable work on behalf of Kentucky's legal community, visit www.kybarfoundation.org. DOING GOOD A T T O R N E Y S KENTUCKY BAR FOUNDATION On June 12-18, 2016, the FAYETTE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIA- TION , the UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF LAW , and 17 attorney volunteers hosted the third annual Summer Law Institute, a seven-day residential Law Camp for 18 rising high school juniors and seniors. Participating students took part in four days of classes taught by law professors, attorneys, and judges, plus a day of job shadowing and a day of presenting their own oral arguments. In the evenings, students enjoyed social events and worked on assignments in their UK dorm rooms. Photos are courtesy of the Fayette County Bar Association. FAY E T T E C O U NT Y P R E S E NT S L AW C A M P F O R H I G H S C H O O L S T U D E NT S Attorney Connor Egan, second to left, of Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC and law campers Anthony Graham, Victor Allison, and Ellie Webb. Attorneys Mary Kovalesky, Jay Inman, and LaToi Mayo of Littler Mendelson P.C, along with law campers Keymari Johnson and Osamah Masadeh. Attorney John Hayne, right, of the Fayette County Attorney's Office and law campers Jesse Dunn, Amanda Gosper, and Dylan Tellman. Attorney STEPHANIE ROSS has been getting kids outdoors and active long before Pokemon GO became all the rage. Her volunteer work with her local orienteering club, Orienteering Cincinnati, includes providing instruction to school groups, scout troops, and others interested in learning how to use a map and compass to explore the world. "I especially appreciate the opportunity to expose kids in more urban school districts to a wilderness experience they might not otherwise know," Steph- anie commented. "Knowing how to use a map and compass is really empowering and a great way to make a walk in the woods more exciting." Stephanie practices in the Fort Mitchell office of Reminger Co., LPA. N K Y AT TO R N E Y H E L P S ORIENT KIDS TO THE OUTDOORS U S E T H E H A S HTAG #K YAT T YS D O I N G G O O D W H E N P O S T I N G P I CT U R E S O F YO U R C O M M U N IT Y S E RV I C E P R O J E CTS O N S O C I A L M E D I A

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